PDF-Writer.NET component is designed to provide developers with an easy-to-use tool for Creating, Editing, Merge, Split, Fill Forms, Encryption, Digitial Sign, standard PDF. PDF-Writer.NET hides the complex structure of PDF files behind a simple object model that allows creation of complex PDF files with few lines of codes. We have designed PDF-Writer.NET on strict guidelines of Adobe PDF Standards and .NET graphics standards. This makes it very easy to use and program. It is written in 100% managed C# and doesn't require any third-party DLLs.
You can also purchase 100% Source code for complete control and flexibility in your application development process. Distribution of PDF-Writer.NET component is Royalty Free.
->Easy-to-use component for Creating, Editing, Merge, Split, Fill Forms, Encryption, Digitial Sign, standard PDF file
->Easy to use PDF Graphics class (similar to GDI+)
->Compression to reduce size of PDF file.
->Built in encryption (40 Bit, 128 Bit, 256 Bit) and hash algorithm.
->Digitially Signed PDF
->Font metrics access
->Full Unicode support
->14 Standard PDF Fonts (Built-in)
->Local font files
->TrueType Fonts from System.Drawing.Font
->Chinese, Japanese, Korean Fonts (CJK Fonts).
->Font embedding & Sub-Setting
->Line, Lines, Rectangle, Rounded Rectangle, Ellipse, Circle, Polygon, String, TextBox, Bezier curves, Splines, Image, Path, Link, Note, Clipping Area.
->System.Drawing.Color, RGB Colors, CMYK Colors, Web Colors, Grayscales, 141 Predefined Colors.
->Image masking, Transparency.
->Tiff To PDF Conversion.
->CCITT G4, DEFLATE, DCTDecode image compression.
->Processing of Image with ColorSpace.
->Layers & SubLayers
->File attachment & File link.
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win98,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
Link to PDF-Writer.NET sample code
License: Free To Try
Development::Components & Libraries
Date Added: Oct 29, 2006
Last check for an update: Jan 15, 2017
Last version date: Feb 05, 2015
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