Add Hyperlink to TextSegment in PDF using C# .NET

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Add Hyperlink to TextSegment in PDF ins C#

A PDF page may comprise of one or more TextFragment objects, where each TextFragment object can have one or more TextSegment instance. In order to set hyperlink for TextSegment, Hyperlink property of TextSegment class can be used while providing the object of Aspose.Pdf.WebHyperlink instance. Please try using the following code snippet to accomplish this requirement. For further details, please visit add hyperlink in PDF.

// create document instance
Document doc = new Document();
// add page to pages collection of PDF file
Page page1 = doc.Pages.Add();
// create TextFragment instance
TextFragment tf = new TextFragment("Sample Text Fragment");
// set horizontal alignment for TextFragment
tf.HorizontalAlignment = Aspose.Pdf.HorizontalAlignment.Right;
// create a textsegment with sample text
TextSegment segment = new TextSegment(" ... Text Segment 1...");
// add segment to segments collection of TextFragment
// create a new TextSegment 
segment = new TextSegment("Link to Google");
// add segment to segments collection of TextFragment
// set hyperlink for TextSegment
segment.Hyperlink = new Aspose.Pdf.WebHyperlink("");
// set forground color for text segment
segment.TextState.ForegroundColor = Aspose.Pdf.Color.Blue;
// set text formatting as italic
segment.TextState.FontStyle = FontStyles.Italic;
// create another TextSegment object
segment = new TextSegment("TextSegment without hyperlink");
// add segment to segments collection of TextFragment
// add TextFragment to paragraphs collection of page object
// save output file


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Miscellaneous fixes

As well as the enhancements and features discussed above, there has been a specific improvement for PDF to HTML and HTML to PDF conversion features with better support for HTML5. Among these fixes, the PCL to PDF, SVG to PDF, PDF to Excel, PDF to DOC, PDF to TIFF and TIFF to PDF conversion, PDF to XPS, ePUB to PDF, XML to PDF, conversion of PDF to PDF/A compliant documents, text replacement, Filling of the signature field with an image, flattening of PDF, FloatingBox rendering, Footnote, EndNote and rendering of non-English (specifically Arabic) contents are also improved. Please download and try the latest release of Aspose.PDF for .NET 10.9.0.