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Documents play a crucial role in different organizations. An important aspect of the document is the file format, which ensures that the file is readable by the end-user on any system. PDF is one such cross-functional file format, which is independent of operating system, hardware, software, and even a device. The file format is more of an Internet media type document, developed and introduced by Microsoft. The extension stands for Active Server Pages. There is a necessity to convert such ASPX to PDF to ensure that the end user receives the ability to read the file irrespective of the system and its specifications. It will automatically open the ASPX file.
Go to home page. Let's examine the contents of a simple LaTeX file which has been used as a first example in this tutorial. First we must take a quick look at LaTeX syntax.
I'm not a native English speaker. I'm writing a documentation and the documentation has an appendix. I like to add some data sheets to the appendix which I've only as a pdf-file. The pdf-file has several pages and I need all pages for my documentation.