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Hotfix available for GcDocuments .NET Products

We've released a small hotfix for GrapeCity Documents for .NET, a line of high-speed APIs for PDF, Excel, Word, and Imaging.

Use an Excel API to Convert Spreadsheets to PDFs in Java Apps

GrapeCity Documents for Excel, Java Edition is a high-speed, small-footprint spreadsheet API that requires zero dependencies on Excel. With full support on Windows, Linux, and MAC, you can generate, load, modify, and save spreadsheets, then convert them to a PDF. In this article, we demonstrate how to setup the project in a Java IDE using GcExcel Java.

Create, Modify, and Save Excel Spreadsheets in Java Apps

This article describes several Excel API use cases and demonstrates how you can create, modify, and save Excel spreadsheets in Java applications.

Getting started with GrapeCity Documents for Excel, Java Edition on Windows, MAC, and Linux

Introducing the launch of several new product lines, Documents for Word (GcWord),GrapeCity Documents for Excel – Java Edition (GcExcel Java), and GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPDF) v2.0.0.

What's New in GcDocuments: New APIs for Word, Excel, and More

Introducing the launch of several new product lines, Documents for Word (GcWord),GrapeCity Documents for Excel – Java Edition (GcExcel Java), and GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPDF) v2.0.0.

Introducing GrapeCity Documents for Excel, Java Edition

GrapeCity Documents enters into the Java market with the same GcExcel .NET version that now works in Java.

How to Convert Excel Spreadsheets to PDF in .NET

If you have Excel spreadsheets generated from .NET Standard 2.0 applications, you may find it useful to store your files in PDF form.