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Spire Free PDF Converter Released

Postby iceblue support » Mon Jun 13, 2011 1:37 am

Spire Free PDF Converter, which is a 100% Free PDF Converter was published by e-iceblue on June 8.

Main Features:

100% Free PDF Converter
Convert files from Word Doc to PDF
Convert files from Excel to PDF
Convert files from HTML to PDF
Convert files from Text to PDF
Convert files from Image (all formats) to PDF
Support single conversion and batch conversion mode
Add whole file folders to convert
Automatically recognize available files to convert
Enable to choose output file folder
Fast conversion speed and high quality output files
100% Independent, Microsoft Office is not necessary
100% Safe, No Virus, No Spyware, No Malware
Easy to use, suitable with all levels of users!

Free Download Spire Free PDF Converter Right Now!
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Re: Spire Free PDF Converter Released

Postby okul » Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:08 am

Works perfect on xp, but crashes on Windows 7 x64
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Re: Spire Free PDF Converter Released

Postby Jhesan » Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:46 am

Wow,this is what I have looking for a pdf converter.Thanks for this guys.Love it.Thank you so much.More power.
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Re: Spire Free PDF Converter Released

Postby softsan » Wed Jul 09, 2014 11:09 am

I have start evaluating Spire free PDF converter. It's working awesome. However, i found an issue that html page break (via CSS or inline) is ignoring by Spire pdf component.

I have a dynamic html which i want to convert to PDF and thus i use LoadFromHTML method to convert it into PDF. It is converting nicely, but having one issue is that it does not recognized HTML page break. Also i tried setting margins but that will cut the content of page.

So can you please guide me in this direction?
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Re: Spire Free PDF Converter Released

Postby Gary.zhang » Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:08 am


Thanks for your evaluting.
Sorry that at present Spire.Pdf product can't recognize the page-break via CSS or inline, but you can use the Spire.Docto convert html to pdf, which can recognize the page-break. The below link is for your refence.
http://www.e-iceblue.com/Tutorials/Spir ... d-XPS.html
If there are any quetions, welcome to get it back to us.
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