Import or Export Annotations from PDF to XFDF using C# VB.NET

Annotations are often used to add clarifications, explanations, details, or comments to some documents. In PDF files, annotations are frequently used and you might need to import or export them to XFDF format. You can easily import or export annotations programmatically using C# or VB.NET.

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Protect or Unprotect MS Word Documents using Java

MS Word allows you to protect the DOCX document with various mechanisms. You can set a password that is required to open the document. On the other hand, you can specify the protection levels such as making the document read-only, allowing comments or form fields only, and etc. In this article, you are going to learn how to automate the MS Word protection features in order to protect or unprotect DOCX files in Java-based applications.

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Merge Two or More PDF Files using C++

In various scenarios, you may need to merge multiple PDF files into a single one. For example, merging the content from a similar type of documents such as resumes, receipts, and etc. Aspose.PDF lets you automate the PDF merging process from within your web, desktop, or mobile applications. In this article, you are going to learn how to merge multiple PDF files using the C++ variant of Aspose.PDF.

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Convert PDF to SVG Format using Java

PDF has been ruling the world of digital document formats for many years for printing, sharing, exchanging, and archiving the documents. However, PDF may not be suitable in certain situations such as displaying it on a web page. In such cases, SVG comes as an alternative. SVG files can easily be displayed on the web pages without disturbing the user experience across the diversity of screen sizes. Hence, PDF to SVG conversion takes place in such cases. In this article, you are going to learn how to convert the PDF files to SVG format using Java.

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Print PDF Files Programmatically using Java

Printing PDF documents is often a key function in different companies and organizations. You can easily print a PDF file programmatically using Java language. You can work with Aspose.PDF for Java API by configuring it in your environment. Let us walk through different PDF printing scenarios that are possible in your Java applications.

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Split PDF into Multiple Files using C#

In the previous article, you have seen how to merge multiple PDF files into a single PDF. However, there could be a case when you need to split a single PDF file into multiple files. You can either split each page of the PDF or a collection of pages into multiple PDFs. In this article, you will learn how to cope up with such scenarios and split a PDF file into multiple PDFs using C#.

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Add or Remove Attachments in PDF Files using C++

PDF has become a massively used file format because of its cross-platform support. You can create a PDF on the Windows platform, for example, and then transfer it to the Mac without any compatibility or formatting issues. One of the powerful features that PDF supports is adding attachments. You can embed other documents into a PDF file just like the email attachments. In this article, you are going to learn how to deal with PDF attachments programmatically. More specifically, you will come to know how to get, add, and remove attachments in PDF files using C++.

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Convert XPS, OXPS to JPG or PNG Image using C# VB.NET

XPS file format is frequently used in file processing applications. You can convert XPS or OXPS to JPG or PNG image programmatically with C# or VB.NET in your .NET framework based applications. You can easily convert XPS or OXPS files to JPG or PNG Image with few simple API calls. Aspose.Page for .NET API includes different features to work with XPS, OXPS, and several other supported file formats.

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Render Text with TrueType and Type1 Fonts using Java

FacebookTwitterLinkedin In the previous article, you have seen how to load CFF, TrueType and Type1 fonts programmatically using Java. Today, we will discuss another interesting feature of our Java font manipulation API – rendering text using the fonts. By the end of this article, you will be able to render text using TrueType and Type1 fonts from within your Java applications. So let’s start. About Java Font Manipulation APIImplement Text Rendering MethodRender Text using TrueType Fonts in JavaRender Text using… Continue Reading
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Manipulate CFF, TrueType, and Type1 Fonts using Java

Fonts play an important role in the presentation of the text within the documents and web pages. Various font families are available that allow you to use fancy characters in order to make your text appealing. Since Aspose deals with file format automation, we have launched a dedicated font manipulation API to work with font file formats. In this article, you will get familiar with our Java Font API and learn how to work with CFF, TrueType, OpenType, and Type1 fonts from within your Java applications.

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