In the previous chapters, we’ve created PDF documents by adding content to a page. It didn’t matter if we were adding high-level objects (e.g. a 'Paragraph') or low-level instructions (e.g. 'LineTo()', 'MoveTo()', 'Stroke'), iText converted everything to PDF syntax that was written to one or more content streams. In this chapter, we’ll add content of a different nature. We’ll add interactive features, known as annotations. Annotations aren’t part of the content stream. They are usually added on top of the existing content. There are many different types of annotations, many of which allow...
I want to change only zoom property of links.
I am using iTextSharp for searching internal links in a PDF file. I already have code to find external links, but I don't know what to do to find internal links...
We create a file with specific /XYZ destinations and we change the zoom factor of these destinations. These examples were written in the context of questions such as: How to set the zoom level of a PDF using iTextSharp? How to change the zoom factor in link annotations?
I would like to add a link to an existing pdf that jumps to a coordinate on another page.
I would like to add a bitmap stamp to a PDF file, that would be either printable or non-printable depending on the actual Acrobat Reader print settings.
Hi I am adding Caret annotation in already existing PDF using iTextSharp in C#. Now I want to made some changes in the Annotation properties, such as Opacity of color and Locked .
Is it possible to get the author of a free text annotation using iText? I can retrieve the /Type and /Contents , but I can't find a way to get the author.
In a PDF, I can set up a button to: Submit the FDF data to my RestAPI Redirect to a webpage (to tell user 'Thanks') and that works perfectly. But I need to do this using code..
Does anyone have a script which will change the name of the author whenever any markup such as underlining, highlighting, etc, is applied? You can do this manually through the properties box, but this is time consuming and difficult.