c# adobe pdf reader dll : Add page pdf reader SDK Library service wpf .net asp.net dnn prst21-part196

Reader™ User Guide
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Basic Operations
Adding/Getting Content
Browsing Content Lists
Reading
Organizing
Other Applications
Settings
Other Information
Contents list
Top page > Other Information
Other Information
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Tips
Support PC Web Site
Reader Device
Wireless Connectivity
Reading Books and Periodicals
Viewing Pictures
Connecting to your Computer
microSD Card
Precautions
Safety Information
Applications on the Reader
About Pre-installed Sample Content
Reader Disposal Reference
Additional Information for Customers in the US/Canada
Additional Information for Customers Outside the US/Canada
Notes on microSD Cards
Legal Notice
Legal Notice
Appendix
Specifications
Supported File Types
System Requirements
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Add page pdf reader - insert pages into PDF file in C#.net, ASP.NET, MVC, Ajax, WinForms, WPF
Guide C# Users to Insert (Empty) PDF Page or Pages from a Supported File Format
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Add page pdf reader - VB.NET PDF Page Insert Library: insert pages into PDF file in vb.net, ASP.NET, MVC, Ajax, WinForms, WPF
Easy to Use VB.NET APIs to Add a New Blank Page to PDF Document
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Reader™ User Guide
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Basic Operations
Adding/Getting Content
Browsing Content Lists
Reading
Organizing
Other Applications
Settings
Other Information
Contents list
Top page > Contents list
Contents list
Getting started
Welcome!
About your Reader™
Reader Features and Functions
Wireless Connectivity
Join a Wi-Fi® Network
Battery
Charging the Reader
Maximizing Battery Life
Installing Reader software (Reader for PC/Mac)
Installing Reader software (Reader for PC/Mac)
Turning the Power On/Off
Turning the Power On/Off
Parts and Controls
Overview
Buttons
microSD Card Slot
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Basic Operations
[Home] Screen
Applications and the [Home] Screen
Touchscreen Operations
On-Screen Keyboard
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Adding/Getting Content
Adding Content
Adding Content
Buying Books and Periodicals
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Browsing Content Lists
Content Lists
Browsing Content List Pages
Browsing in Thumbnail View and List View
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C# PDF insert image Library: insert images into PDF in C#.net, ASP
How to insert and add image, picture, digital photo, scanned signature or logo into PDF document page in C#.NET class application?
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C# PDF File & Page Process Library SDK for C#.net, ASP.NET, MVC
VB.NET Page: Insert PDF pages; VB.NET Page: Delete PDF Add Image to PDF; VB.NET Protect: Add Password to VB.NET Annotate: PDF Markup & Drawing. XDoc.Word for C#;
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Using the Page Jump Panel in Content List Pages
Finding Content with a Keyword
Posting Book information to Facebook
Tools
Using (Menu) Items
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Reading
Reading Books
Opening a Book
Page Navigation
Appearance
Annotations
Uploading Highlighted Words on a Page to Evernote
Posting Highlighted Words on a Page to Facebook
Using the Dictionary
Finding Pages with a Keyword
Changing Book Page Settings
Using (Menu) Items
Reading Periodicals
Opening a Periodical Issue
Managing Periodicals*
Page Navigation
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Organizing
Organizing Your Content
Deleting a Single Item
Deleting Multiple Items at Once
Protecting a Single Item
Protecting Multiple Items at Once
Using Collections
Creating a Collection
Adding Items to a Collection
Removing Items from a Collection
Renaming a Collection
Deleting a Collection
Posting a Collection to Facebook
Using (Menu) Items
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Other Applications
Public Libraries
Borrowing Books from Public Libraries
Web Browsing
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VB.NET PDF insert image library: insert images into PDF in vb.net
VB.NET PDF - Add Image to PDF Page in VB.NET. Have a try with this sample VB.NET code to add an image to the first page of PDF file. ' Open a document.
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VB.NET PDF Password Library: add, remove, edit PDF file password
On this page, we will illustrate how to protect PDF document via password by using simple VB.NET demo code. Open password protected PDF. Add password to PDF.
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Browsing the Web
Browsing Tools
Downloads
Multiple Windows
Bookmarks and History
Uploading an Address of a Website to Evernote
Browser Settings
Using (Menu) Items
All Notes
Finding Annotations Across All Books and Periodicals
Uploading Annotations Across All Books and Periodicals to Evernote
Posting Annotations Across All Books and Periodicals to Facebook
Dictionary
Using the Dictionary
Changing the Dictionary
Listing Previously Looked-up Words
Using (Menu) Items
Handwriting
Creating a Drawing
Editing an Existing Drawing
Deleting/Protecting a Drawing
Capturing a Screenshot
Using (Menu) Items
Text Memo
Creating a Text Memo
Editing an Existing Memo
Deleting/Protecting a Memo
Using (Menu) Items
Pictures
Viewing Pictures
Changing the Orientation
Zooming in on a Picture
Viewing Pictures in a Slideshow
Uploading a Picture to Evernote
Deleting Pictures
Using (Menu) Items
Evernote
Using Evernote
Creating a new account
Sign in to Evernote
Evernote Settings
Synchronizing in the Evernote list page
Facebook
Using Facebook
Log In to Facebook
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C# PDF Password Library: add, remove, edit PDF file password in C#
your PDF document in C# project, XDoc.PDF provides some PDF security settings. On this page, we will talk about how to achieve this via Add necessary references
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VB.NET PDF Page Delete Library: remove PDF pages in vb.net, ASP.
DLLs for Deleting Page from PDF Document in VB.NET Class. In order to run the sample code, the following steps would be necessary. Add necessary references:
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Settings
Changing the Settings
Changing the Settings
General Settings
Wireless Network Settings
Application Preferences
Date and Time Settings
System Management
Initialization
About
Device Shutdown
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Other Information
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Tips
Support PC Web Site
Reader Device
Wireless Connectivity
Reading Books and Periodicals
Viewing Pictures
Connecting to your Computer
microSD Card
Precautions
Safety Information
Applications on the Reader
About Pre-installed Sample Content
Reader Disposal Reference
Additional Information for Customers in the US/Canada
Additional Information for Customers Outside the US/Canada
Notes on microSD Cards
Legal Notice
Legal Notice
Appendix
Specifications
Supported File Types
System Requirements
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Copyright 2012 Sony Corporation
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C# PDF Page Delete Library: remove PDF pages in C#.net, ASP.NET
C#.NET Project DLLs for Deleting PDF Document Page. In order to run the sample code, the following steps would be necessary. Add necessary references:
add and delete pages from pdf; adding page numbers to pdf
C# PDF Sticky Note Library: add, delete, update PDF note in C#.net
C#.NET Tutorial for How to Add a Sticky Note Annotation to PDF Page with Visual enable users to annotate PDF without adobe PDF reader control installed.
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Reader™ User Guide
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Organizing
Other Applications
Settings
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Contents list
Top page > Getting started > Welcome! > About your Reader™
About your Reader™
Enjoy the most natural and intuitive reading experience Sony has to offer. This is e-reading.
Unplug and unwind. Wi-Fi
®
functionality lets you download books and periodicals directly via
your Reader™.
Superior touchscreen. Bookmark, highlight and take notes on the high-contrast e-paper
screen. Read clearly under direct sunlight.
Zoom. Easily adjust the font size, or zoom into images for a closer look.
Dictionary and Wikipedia
®
. Simply tap and hold a word to look up its definition, translate it or
learn more from the Wikipedia Web site.
You can also:
Personalize the standby screen with either your favorite pictures or the cover of the last-read
book.
Create your own collections and organize your books by bestsellers, favorites, genre and
more.
About this guide
Please read the Quick Start Guide and Important Product Information in this package to help you
get started.
This User Guide describes key features of your Reader. You can also find this guide in [Books]
on your Reader. You can find the User Guide in your language at the support PC Web site.
USA:
http://www.sony.com/readersupport
Canada:
http://www.sony.ca/readersupport
Europe:
http://support.sony-europe.com/eBook/PRS
Australia:
http://www.sony.com.au/support
New Zealand:
http://www.sony.co.nz/support
Note
Screenshots in the User Guide may depict screens different from your Reader.
Searching for a specific topic in this User Guide
Use the [Table of Contents] feature of your Reader to search for topics, and then tap a topic to
jump to it.
While viewing this User Guide on your Reader, press the 
(Menu) button 
tap [Navigate
Page] 
[Table of Contents] to view the Table of Contents.
You can also tap the page number at the bottom of the screen 
tap [Table of Contents].
Jumping to a linked section in this User Guide
Tap the link to a chapter or section indicated with a highlight to open the page.
To return to the page you were previously viewing, while viewing a book or periodical, tap 
after tapping a link.
To hide the 
/
icons, press the 
(Back) button.
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Changing the font size
You can adjust the font size to improve legibility. See Details.
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Reader™ User Guide
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Getting started
Basic Operations
Adding/Getting Content
Browsing Content Lists
Reading
Organizing
Other Applications
Settings
Other Information
Contents list
Top page > Getting started > Welcome! > Reader Features and Functions
Reader Features and Functions
Transferring content from your computer
To enjoy books and pictures on the Reader, use the supplied Reader software to transfer them
from your computer to the Reader. See Details. You can also use the Reader software to backup
and manage the content on the Reader.
Shopping for books at Reader™ Store
Visit Reader Store and find books that you are interested in from a large variety of titles and
genres. The [Reader Store] application may be found on the [Home] screen. The initial setup of
the country/region of the Reader will determine if Reader Store is available in your area. See
Details.
Useful features
Wi-Fi network access Details
Access Reader Store Details
Wikipedia Details
Use the Web browser for internet access Details
Check out books from public libraries for reading on the Reader Details
Use Evernote Details
Use Facebook Details
Annotation Details
Add bookmarks Details
Highlight words Details
Handwrite notes on a page Details
Resize
Adjust font size Details
Change the page view mode Details
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Zoom in Details
Adjust content view Details
Search
Find notes Details
Find pages with a keyword Details
Search content via keyword Details
Jump to pages Details
Dictionary Details
Look up words while reading Details
Look up words in a dictionary Details
List previously looked-up words Details
Read periodicals Details
Collections Details
Supplementary applications
Handwriting Details
Text memo Details
Picture viewer Details
Evernote Details
Facebook Details
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Reader™ User Guide
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Getting started
Basic Operations
Adding/Getting Content
Browsing Content Lists
Reading
Organizing
Other Applications
Settings
Other Information
Contents list
Top page > Getting started > Wireless Connectivity > Join a Wi-Fi® Network
Join a Wi-Fi
®
Network
To shop at Reader Store or connect to the internet wirelessly, set up a wireless (Wi-Fi
®
) internet
connection with the following steps.
Preparing to set up a Wi-Fi connection
Before connecting to an access point, turn on [Wi-Fi] on the Reader.
1. Press the 
(Home) button 
tap [Applications] 
[Settings] 
[Wireless Network
Settings].
2. Check the check box to the right of [Wi-Fi] to turn on the Wi-Fi network.
A check indicates that [Wi-Fi] is turned on. Wi-Fi is turned off by default.
Alternatively, you can tap the status bar 
[Wi-Fi]. See Details.
Tip
Turn off [Wi-Fi] when it is not in use in order to extend the battery life of the Reader.
Turn on [Wireless Standby] when you want to extend the battery life. See Details.
Wi-Fi status icons
The following icons in the status bar indicate the status of the Wi-Fi connection.
Icon
Status
Wi-Fi is activated. The number of bars indicates the Wi-Fi signal strength.
The Wi-Fi network feature of the Reader is in standby mode. See Details.
There is no Wi-Fi access point. In this state, you cannot access Reader Store.
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