Export GridView to PDF using iTextSharp with Different Language Characters

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7 Responses

  1. Harbhajan says:

    Certain indic symbols do not print accurately in iTextSharp. Is there any solution for wrong rendering of रिषभ?

  2. Kashif says:

    Gridview.column.count is always 0 coming how to handle this. if i use render control then it works but arabic data not appear in PDF.

  3. Asish Kar says:

    When I wrote Odia language in CKEditor and generating pdf it’s not showing in the pdf file but in english language it’s working properly. Kindly suggest anybody?

  4. Ghanshyam Dhakad says:

    plz check downloaded pdf there some problem – check name रिषभ after downloaded it not converted proper. it is रषिभ so plz fix it. can you fix it…?????

  5. Priya Palaskar says:

    रिषभ after downloaded it not converted proper. it is रषिभ so plz fix it. can you fix it…?????

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