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PDF Viewer

You can use the DevExpress PDF Viewer Control to display PDF files in your WPF application.

Getting Started

The following tutorials explain how to use the DevExpress PDF Viewer:

Navigation

This section contains topics that describe the document navigation features.

  • Navigation Pane

    Describes the navigation pane's structure.

  • Bookmarks

    Introduces PDF Viewer bookmarks and describes their capabilities and customization options.

  • Thumbnails

    Introduces PDF Viewer thumbnails and describes their capabilities.

  • Hyperlinks

    Introduces hyperlinks and describes their capabilities.

Access and Edit Document Content

The PDF Viewer allows users to edit form fields, import/export AcroForm data, create and edit text markup annotations, initiate clipboard operations and much more. The topics in this section describe these operations.

  • Interactive Form

    Introduces interactive forms and describes how to export (import) a document with interactive form data in various formats.

  • File Attachment

    Introduces the file attachment and describes actions that can be performed on attachments.

  • Text Markup Annotations

    Introduces text markup annotations and describes how to manipulate (create, edit and remove) the annotations in pages.

  • Content Copying

    Describes how to copy document content (text and an image) to the Clipboard.

  • Printing

    Describes how to print a document and customize print settings in the Print dialog.

Interactivity

The topics in this section describe interactive operations end-users can perform in the PDF Viewer.

Commands

The topic in this section.

  • Commands

    Describes how to invoke and customize commands.

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