When I am on the Telerik site I request a trial of Document Processing.
It provides the Progress Trial Installer as the download.
Is the set of Products to Install, I cannot find Telerik Document Processing listed. All the products listed are either UI tools or reporting tools.
Confused about how to obtain a trial install of the Document processing libraries...
EDIT: Ok I found in the docs.
The Telerik Document Processing libraries are available in .NET Standard and .NET Core compatible versions. You can download the assemblies of these libraries from the UI for Xamarin, UI for ASP.NET Core and UI for Blazor suites, respectively.
Hi, I use RadFlowDocument to generate the PDF and some of the characters are not displayed,
i.e. Âge is displayed as ge; no matter which font I choose.
How can I setup the RadPdfDocument to make this work?
I've a .NET core web-api project and I need to edit the existing pdf (like adding an image/ text) without using UI. The pdf files are stored in Azure Cloud which I can access through URI.
So, is that doable? Would appreciate if you could point me to the right Telerik libraries and any examples would be great.
I'm using Telerik UI for Blazor and have to create some PDFs (via RadFixedDocument and PdfFormatProvider). This works fine so far.
But I also have to display a preview of the Document on my blazor-generated website (server side, not WebAssembly). It doesn't matter if this is a preview of the FixedDocument or of the generated PDF.
Does a control for "Telerik UI for Blazor" exist which can display the RadFixedDocument or the PDF? Or is there a possibility to export the RadFixedDocument or the PDF to an image and I can display this image? Or is there another way for making the created Document visible for preview?
Hello! We are having an issue while using DocxFormatProvider to convert docx to RadFlowDocument. When the provider converts, it replaces all charts in the document with blank paragraphs, and we can't catch this case. (doc for example sample doc)
Not sure that this actually qualifies as a bug, but it was unexpected behavior. For unit testing I was creating an empty Workbook document and writing it to a file. It turns out, that the file is corrupt unless it has a Worksheet added to it. The XlsxFormatProvider does not issue any error and happily writes a 3k file, but Excel can't read it. Excel throws a dialog "We found a problem with some content in the 'test.xlsx'. Do you want us...". Selecting Yes eventually comes back with a "The workbook cannot be opened or repaired by Microsoft Excel because it is corrupt." message.
Simply adding a worksheet:
will allow it to create a file that Excel will handle. Again, not sure you could call this a bug, but it wasn't what I expected it to do. It might be better if the XlsxFormatProvider threw an exception for trying to write out an empty file.
At any rate, figured I throw this out there in case anyone else runs into this behavior.
I am making a catalog of pictures. During the process the user can either select on file or multiple files sorted by category.
Why would the pdf files be so much larger than the Word files? It’s usually the other way around!
I combined the individual pdf files and it became 45MB. I combined the word files and it was 37MB. I then turned the 37MB word doc into a pdf and it became 4MB. So as output from Smartview(my program) the pdf file is 45MB but generating a pdf from the word files it is 10x smaller!!!!