Aspose.Pdf for .NET (4.1.1)
Aspose.Pdf for .NET is a non-graphical PDF® document reporting component that enables .NET applications to create PDF documents from scratch without utilizing Adobe Acrobat®. Aspose.Pdf for .NET is very affordably priced and offers a wealth of strong features including: compression, tables, graphs, images, hyperlinks, security and custom fonts. Aspose.Pdf for .NET supports the creation of PDF files through API and XML templates. Aspose.Pdf for .NET is very easy to use and is provided with 14 fully featured demos written in both C# and Visual Basic.
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With the help of Aspose.Pdf, you can create PDF documents, having rich content, quickly and efficiently. Aspose.Pdf allows the creation of PDF documents, while providing the support for, texts, tables, graphs, images, hyperlinks, headings, attachments, addition of Watermarks, Footnotes, creation of Bookmarks, lists and form fields, provides support for different Graphs & Shapes and offers document compression. TrueType fonts, PostScripts Type 1 fonts, Unicode and other PDF Core Fonts are also supported, as well as font embedding and custom encoding. You have the option of including replaceable symbols to change the corresponding text content at runtime. In addition to this right-to-left languages such as Arabic, Hebrew and Urdu etc. can also be used. With Aspose.Pdf you can easily integrate charts into the PDF document using Aspose.Chart.
Ease of Use
Aspose.Pdf allows for the creation of PDF documents in many different ways. You have the option of either creating PDF documents via XML or through the API or by using both XML and API. You can create PDF documents from both Windows Forms and Web Forms applications.
File Format Conversion
Aspose.Pdf also allows you to create your PDF document by converting an existing file to PDF. The conversion of XML, HTML & ASPX (Only .Net Version supports) to PDF is supported. It also offers the capability to convert Image files referenced from static or relative path, into Pdf file. Aspose.Pdf also supports conversion of MS Word (requires Aspose.Words & only .Net version supports) and MS Excel (requires Aspose.Cells) to PDF.
With the help of Aspose.Pdf you can encrypt your PDF documents with 40-bits or 128-bits security. You can also set Master and User passwords for PDF encryption. In addition to this, content modification, copying content, printing, form filling, degraded printing, annotation modification, PDF documents assembling and screen readers of the PDF documents can be restricted.
Aspose.Pdf enables you to add great looking tables to your PDF document. You have the option of setting border style, margin and padding of a table. The columns width, spanning and row splitting of a table can be controlled. Table cloning is also supported in two versions: Clone and Complete Clone. You can easily import data from object array, DataTable or DataView into a table. In addition to this, default cell formatting can be applied on all table cells; rows and columns can be formatted; and nested tables are allowed.
The PDF/A formats specified in the ISO 19005 standard strive to provide a consistent and robust subset of PDF which can safely be archived over a long period of time, or used for reliable data exchange in enterprise and government environments. There are two flavors of PDF/A-1: PDF/A-1b (formally ISO 19005-1 Level B) ensures that the visual appearance of a document is preserved even after the long time, where as PDF/A-1a (formally ISO 19005-1 Level A) is based on level B, and adds some additional properties: it adds structure information and reliable text semantics in order to preserve the document's logical structure and natural reading order.
If the text being added to the Pdf document contains HTML tags, Aspose.Pdf has the capability to render these tags and display contents in the same HTML format, rather than displaying the HTML tags over the document. It means that the text with embedded HTML tags will be processed by Aspose.Pdf and it's appearance in the PDF document would be determined according to the HTML tags it contains.
MetaData is a data component that describes data which includes, Meaningful descriptions and titles, searchable keywords, and up-to-date author and copyright information can be captured in a format that is easily understood by you as well as by software applications, hardware devices, and even file formats. With an XMP-enabled, information about a project can be captured during the content-creation process and embedded within the file and into a content-management system.