"Spire.Office for .NET is a combination of Enterprise-Level Office .NET components offered by E-iceblue. It includes Spire.Doc, Spire XLS, Spire.Presentation, Spire.PDF, Spire.DataExport, Spire.PDFViewer, Spire.DocViewer, Spire.Email and Spire.BarCode. Spire.Office contains the most up-to-date versions of the above .NET components. From Spire.Office 3.10.1, Spire.Office supports to work on .NET Core，.NET Standard, Xamarin.With Spire.Office for .NET, developers can create a wide range of applications. It enables developers to open, create, modify, convert, print, View MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF documents. Furthermore, it allows users to export data to popular files such as MS Word/Excel/RTF/Access, PowerPoint, PDF, XPS, HTML, XML, Text, CSV, DBF, Clipboard, SYLK, etc.As an independent Office .NET component, Spire.Office doesn't need Microsoft Office to be installed on neither the development nor target systems. In addition, it is a better alternative to MS Office Automation in terms of security, stability, scalability, speed, price and features.Spire.Office for .NET can be linked into any type of a 32-bit or 64-bit .NET application including ASP.NET, Web Services and WinForms for .NET Framework version 2.0 to 4.5, .NET Core, .NET standard 2.0"
Project website: http://www.e-iceblue.com/Introduce/spire-office-for-net.html
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