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PDF Viewer

Use the DevExpress PDF Viewer Control to display PDF files directly in your WPF application, without the need to install an external PDF viewer on your end-user's machine.

Getting Started


This section will quickly get you acquainted with the DevExpress PDF Viewer.

Interactive Forms


End-users can type directly into PDF documents that contain form field information. The topics in this section introduce interactive forms and describe how to export (import) a document with interactive form data in various formats.

  • Interactive Form Filling
    Describes how to fill a document with an interactive form.

  • Export and Import Interactive Form Data
    Describes how to export and import a document with AcroForm data (interactive forms that contain PDF fields for gathering information interactively from the user) in various formats - FDF, and XML.

Navigation


This section contains topics that describe navigational options provided by the PDF Viewer such as bookmarks (which are located in the navigation pane) and hyperlinks, allowing end-users to navigate quickly from one part of a document to another.

  • Navigation Pane
    Describes the structure of the navigation pane.

  • Bookmarks
    Introduces PDF Viewer bookmarks, and describes their capabilities and customization options on a navigation pane.

  • Thumbnails
    Introduces PDF Viewer thumbnails, and describes their capabilities on a navigation pane.

  • Hyperlinks
    Introduces hyperlinks and describes their capabilities.

Interactivity


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

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

  • Navigating and Viewing a Document
    Provides information on using the PDF Viewer to navigate through the document content.

  • Content Copying
    Describes how to copy document content (text and an image) to clipboard.

  • Cursor Modes
    Details the PDF Viewer cursor modes - Hand tool, Select tool, and Marquee Zoom tool.

  • Document Rotation
    Describes rotation actions that can be performed on document pages.

  • Zooming
    Describes how to zoom in and out of a document and zoom to a specific zoom factor.

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

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