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Add Table to PDF (.NET Core/Framework)

Adding Table to PDF using DynamicPDF Core Suite is straightforward, as the example on this page illustrates.

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How to Add a Table to a PDF in C#

The following steps and sample code illustrates adding a Table to a PDF document using DynamicPDF Core Suite.

Steps for Adding a Table to a PDF Document

  1. Create a Document object.
  2. Create a Page object and add it to the Document instance.
  3. Create a Table2 object.
  4. Create Column2 object and columns to the table.
  5. Create Row2 object and add rows to the table.
  6. Create Cell2 object to add the cells to rows.
  7. Set the necessary table parameters (Border, Cell spacing, Cell padding).
  8. Add the table to the Page instance.
  9. Save the PDF document.

Sample Code - C#

Document document = new Document();
            
Page page = new Page();
document.Pages.Add(page);
            
Table2 table = new Table2(0, 0, 600, 600);
            
Column2 column1 = table.Columns.Add(150);
column1.CellDefault.Align = TextAlign.Center;
table.Columns.Add(90);
table.Columns.Add(90);
table.Columns.Add(90);
            
Row2 row1 = table.Rows.Add(40, Font.HelveticaBold, 16, Grayscale.Black, Grayscale.Gray);
row1.CellDefault.Align = TextAlign.Center;
row1.CellDefault.VAlign = VAlign.Center;
row1.Cells.Add("Header 1");
row1.Cells.Add("Header 2");
row1.Cells.Add("Header 3");
row1.Cells.Add("Header 4");
            
Row2 row2 = table.Rows.Add(30);
Cell2 cell1 = row2.Cells.Add("Rowheader 1", Font.HelveticaBold, 16, Grayscale.Black, Grayscale.Gray, 1);
cell1.Align = TextAlign.Center;
cell1.VAlign = VAlign.Center;
row2.Cells.Add("Item 1");
row2.Cells.Add("Item 2");
row2.Cells.Add("Item 3");
            
Row2 row3 = table.Rows.Add(30);
Cell2 cell2 = row3.Cells.Add("Rowheader 2", Font.HelveticaBold, 16, Grayscale.Black, Grayscale.Gray, 1);
cell2.Align = TextAlign.Center;
cell2.VAlign = VAlign.Center;
row3.Cells.Add("Item 4");
row3.Cells.Add("Item 5");
row3.Cells.Add("Item 6");
            
table.CellDefault.Padding.Value = 5.0f;
table.CellSpacing = 5.0f;
table.Border.Top.Color = RgbColor.Blue;
table.Border.Bottom.Color = RgbColor.Blue;
table.Border.Top.Width = 2;
table.Border.Bottom.Width = 2;
table.Border.Left.LineStyle = LineStyle.None;
table.Border.Right.LineStyle = LineStyle.None;
            
page.Elements.Add(table);
            
document.Draw(@"C:\Output.pdf");

Over 75 Page Elements

Adding a table to a PDF is just one of DynamicPDF Core Suite's over 75 page elements you can use to add rich content to the PDFs you create. Using these elements, you can create:

  • Images,
  • Text Objects (TextArea and Label),
  • HTML,
  • Barcodes (47 types),
  • Form Fields,
  • and Charts.

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NuGet Package

DynamicPDF Core Suite is available on NuGet and is part of the ceTe.DynamicPDF.CoreSuite.NET package. The easiest way to install the package is through the Visual Studio Package Manager. You can also download the package directly from NuGet.

NuGet Package ID: ceTe.DynamicPDF.CoreSuite.NET

DynamicPDF Core Suite Information

More information on DynamicPDF Core Suite can be found on its website.

  • [DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET](https://www.dynamicpdf.com/docs/dotnet/dynamic-pdf-core-suite-welcome"Create PDFs in .NET Core")

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