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Processing PDF documents

 
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PDF documents are probably the most popular document file type. Mostly because its fixed-layout behavior provides the same outlook on each environment/platform.
This is not a case when dealing with MS Word document or similar ‘responsive’ layout which heavily effects document even applying some small change on it.

On the other hand, the editing PDF document isn’t a trivial task and an appropriate tool is needed.

Aspose.PDF is an ideal solution if your application has to deal with various operations over PDFs. Especially if operating on a big number of large documents very often. Processing a massive load of documents in almost impossible to be done manually in a reasonable time.

To make things clear, these are the most frequent scenarios our customers are facing with:
  • Creating different PDF outputs(PDFA-1B, PDFA-3B, PDFA-2U, PDFA-3U, etc..) in reporting management.

  • Searching the text for a particular keyword phrase, style, font, or any other formatting capabilities and marking it.

  • Annotating and redacting any part of PDF document, recognized on the predefined text. All annotations, introduced by Adobe® Acrobat, are supported so does the commenting feature too.

  • Page manipulations such as change page order, add/drop/rotate pages, page layout customization, background coloring, drawing injection.

  • Digitally signing and protecting PDFs. Making documents secured and confident is a mandatory requirement in business communication. Introducing custom privileges is a very useful service when corresponding with your clients or potential customers.

  • Fillable PDF forms. Programmable forms are the fastest way to implement sophisticated or simple surveys during case studies. Also, ‘form approach’ provides clear feedback instead of vague descriptive content.

  • Converting PDF documents in more than 30 different output file formats: MS Word (DOC, DOCX), MS Excel (XLS, XLSX), MS PowerPoint, HTML, XML, EPS, e-Book formats (EPUB, MobiXML), Raster & Vector images, and many more.

  • Processing regular & XMP metadata: Author, Keywords, Subject, Title, Create/Modified Date, or other custom properties.

  • Tagged content structure, embedded resources (audio & video files, other documents, html pages, etc..), bookmarks, viewer customization, and many more features.

There are libraries for the most popular environments like .NET, Java, C++, Cloud, Android, Reporting services.

To get familiar with our product, please visit the following links
Product preview
Documentation
Temporary license



 
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