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However if you want to use it in a less demanding environment like a regular application that's fine too. The ABCpdf. NET documentation for. NET and ASP documentation sets are just packed with examples in both C and VB so that you can always tell exactly how to use a method or accomplish a task. If that's not enough for you - we're always on hand and glad to help.
If you can't see a good way to do something - just ask Import HTML from local or remote web sites. Use sophisticated features like dynamic modification of pages and user tagged areas. And vice versa. If you want to import spot color PSD documents, preserving the original separations it will do that. Perhaps you don't need these features right now, but the beauty is that you can rest assured that whatever images you come across, you can be confident that ABCpdf. Our conversion routines are carefully written to preserve the natural structure of your source documents wherever possible - this means the preservation of color spaces and the preservation or conversion of embedded fonts.
Not only does ABCpdf. Formats like Microsoft Word. Control over sophisticated options like halftones, overprint and color separations. Support for PDF printing using a variety of techniques. This includes useful and sophisticated features like font embedding for automatic printer transfer.
A partner in this is transparency flattening which is a technology which allows you to remove transparency from your documents while leaving the vector nature of the PDF intact. Similarly there are PDF library APIs for font vectorization which converts fonts to vector outlines - great if you want to ensure people cannot copy text out of your documents.
You can either reference the font, keeping PDF documents lightweight for distribution on the web. Or for guaranteed fidelity of reproduction you can embed fonts into your PDFs. You can apply transformations like rotation, magnification, skew and translation.
This means you can draw rotated text, images and graphics all with only a few simple commands. Apply effects like blur for drop shadows or auto-levels for image optimization. There are lots of text settings to allow you precise control over the way that your text is displayed and laid out.
Paragraph indent, kerning and tracking, word spacing, line spacing, paragraph spacing and horizontal justification are just some of the settings you can control. NET allows a broad range of PDF manipulation from simple read and save operations to more complex operations like drawing scaled or rotated content from one PDF into another.
It supports layer and page insertion. Add graphics into any layer on your page. Lines, polygons, ovals, pies, arrows and text just to name a few. Insert pages anywhere in your document. Append documents and reorder pages.
Draw pages from one document to another. Stitch and merge PDFs to your heart's content. This PDF library offers optimized low level C access to the page content stream for highly flexible operations involving drawing commands. NET supports Unicode and foreign languages. Reference fonts from the relevant foreign language pack or embed Unicode fonts for guaranteed fidelity of reproduction on any platform. Draw text horizontally or vertically and quickly subset large CJK fonts with minimal use of memory and impact on server load.
Bidirectional layout and contextual ligatures are supported as required for Hebrew and Arabic. All this simply accessible via multi-styled text; supporting text box chaining to allow you to easily and automatically flow text through from one area to another using simple C code. NET offers complex high level operations like recoloring of elements and pages. Conversion is made to work the way it should - it operates on practically all documents - even documents provided by third parties.
Text and document analysis is great for search and redaction. The identification and replacement of specific elements may be just what you need for highly specific color space manipulation. If you can't see how to accomplish a task using our simple to use methods then you can always access the raw PDF structure directly. There are simple methods designed to allow quick access to any object in the document either for information or for modification.
Other methods allow quick and easy deconstruction of drawing content streams for analysis or manipulation - all using simple C code.
With the release of PDF 2. This allows controlled access to the object model via typed elements and also enables validation against the PDF specification. And Much More Apply user permissions and secure these permissions with encryption keys up to bits in size.
In short this is a PDF library which does everything you would ever want. See our feature chart for full details and links to documentation. If you can find something you think we've not covered please do mail and tell us! NET Simple NET is designed to be simple to use. It does things the way you'd expect. Take an example.
That is perhaps Adobe's secret of success! Background Situation After completing my XmlStore project referenced below I realized it had another useful application. To make a long story short, I needed a way to send tabular data from DataGridViews and the like to various friends. The reverse was true for some of the others. It turns out, the only format all of them can handle is PDF. Easier said than done! Complication It turned out there is no easy way to do this. Because I could not find a satisfactory solution to meet my needs, I decided to investigate the subject.
The more I looked into it, the more intrigued I became. Then I stumbled upon iTextSharp. While it looked very promising, it was a challenge, and still is!!!. First because of the. NET version mismatch. Second, because the tutorials web site is out of sync with the downloaded version as of Mar 14 or so. Third, it was just plain difficult to understand by reading alone. Solution Creating a PDF by reading a book is just as hard as creating a Windows application by reading a book.
When it comes to things like understanding the quaint under-the-hood stuff of PDFs and such, people like me simply have to write code and try it ad nauseam until one has that epiphanic Aha!
So, I built this little application to test out much of the code in the iTextSharp Tutorials web site. Having gone through the tedious code cleanups, I am sharing it with people like you; it might get you up the learning curve a little faster.
Caveat Emptor: Nothing has been properly or adequately tested.
More important, there is a good chance, you or someone else can do this better. So, if you do use this code and cannot produce what you expect, there is little I can do to help you. On the bright side, though, you have the source code and all the technical references in the world you will ever need from Adobe and the good people at iTextSharp. This solution only contains examples for the first six chapters of the tutorial web site.
I did not include anything from the remaining chapters in part because they do require you to do some more reading but mostly because I ran out of steam! A couple of examples in Chapter 6 will not work because I was unable to get the required files from SourceForge.
Simply selecting a chapter and an example will cause the PDF to be generated and displayed in the browser using the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which one assumes you have. The URL just above each such method points to the pertinent page with detailed information in the iTextSharp Tutorial web site.
You can also get to it via the Help menu. AddCell "0. AddCell "1. Close ; if bRet this. The only way to learn is to mess around with the code.
Close ; before you terminate a Debug session. You will see why they are very important, especially if you are determined to create your own PDFs. DLL version 4. If you don't have this, you can download just the DLL or the source [and build it yourself] using one of these links to SourceForge. The code itself is not rocket science.