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PDF Document Processor

The PDF Document Processor is a non-visual .NET library that allows you to easily generate PDF files from scratch and manipulate existing PDF documents.

Getting Started


In this section, you will get acquainted with the PDF Document Processor.

Document Creation API


The PDF Document Creation API contains objects, properties and methods to provide the following capabilities.

  • Creating PDF with Graphics
    Create a document in PDF, PDF/A-1b, PDF/A-2b, and PDF/A-3b file formats with your own graphics on a PDF page using the following elements:
    • Image
    • String
    • Graphics (lines, Bezier curves, polygons, ellipses and paths)

  • Adding Hyperlinks
    Add a hyperlink to a PDF page or URI.

  • Adding Bookmarks
    Create bookmarks from scratch, change bookmark attributes (e.g. rename a bookmark, change its destination or font style) and delete bookmarks.

  • Adding Interactive Form Fields
    Add interactive form fields to a PDF document using graphics.

  • Adding File Attachment
    Attach any number of files to PDF and access files attached to a document.

Interactive Forms


This section contains all the required information related to an interactive form in a PDF document.

Document Security


This section describes how to use PDF save options to protect a PDF document with a password and sign the document with a digital signature.

  • Protecting a PDF Document
    Protect a PDF document using both the owner and user passwords. In addition, you can optionally specify user permissions for printing, data extraction, document modification and interactive operations.

  • Signing a Document
    Apply a digital signature to a PDF document.

Content Extraction


This section describes how to get content (an image, text) from a document.

Printing


This section describes how to print a document and customize print settings.

  • Printing
    Print any page in a document.

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