How to install iText 7 Core .NET version
Thank you for your interest in our closed-source PDF library, iText 7 Core, we hope you will enjoy using our product and share your experiences with us and the iText community. We will walk you through the installation process, from downloading iText 7 Core to adding the dependency to your .NET building tool.
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Automated dependency management
iText 7 Core is available on NuGet. If you need all iText 7 Core modules, you can install them with a single NuGetPackage by typing the following command in the NuGet Package Manager: Install-Package itext7. The iText 7 license key library is a required dependency for these packages, so it will automatically be installed as well.
Using the iText Artifactory Server
iText 7 NuGet packages are also available on the iText Artifactory server. You can add it as a custom NuGet repository to Visual Studio. In the NuGet Package Manager, go to the settings and add the following URL as a package source: https://repo.itextsupport.com/api/nuget/nuget. You can also browse the iText Artifactory server and download NuGet packages manually.
iText 7 Core .NET on GitHub
The source code is available on GitHub.
You can download the modules (.nupkg) of iText 7 Core in a single ZIP file for .NET. Version iText 7 Core.
Developers can clone the following git projects to access the source code .NET version iText 7 Core.
Adding our iText 7 add-ons
If you would like to add one of our add-ons, please first have a look at below compatibility matrix and the installation guides of each of these add-ons.
Ready to use iText?
As always, if you have any technical questions, you can contact support with your valid support subscription or head over to our support page or Stack Overflow to see if you question has already been answered for our AGPL users.