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Applies to:
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Guide VB.NET Programmers How to Add Images in PDF Document
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Constant Definition
ID
104
Name
csPropTextUnderLiner
Type
Integer (Bool)
Default
False
GetProperty
SetProperty
Attribute Specifications, suggests that text be rendered as underlined text.
This specification works for AddTextPos
and AddText
methods.
Example:
PDF.SetProperty csPropTextUnderLine, 1
PDF.AddText "This is printed underlined"
' Set it without underline
PDF.SetProperty csPropTextUnderLine, 0
Professional Example:
PDF.AddHTML "<u>This is printed underlined</u>"
See also:
csPropTextFont
csPropTextSize
csPropTextColor
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AddTextWidth
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VB.NET PDF Password Library: add, remove, edit PDF file password
This VB.NET example shows how to add PDF file password with access permission setting. passwordSetting.IsAssemble = True ' Add password to PDF file.
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This example shows how to add PDF file password with access permission setting. passwordSetting.IsAssemble = true; // Add password to PDF file.
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Constant Definition
ID
105
Name
csPropTextRender
Type
Integer
Default
0
GetProperty
SetProperty
When drawing the text to the document you can specify the render type. It supports the seven font types from the PDF.
But the 4,5,6,7 modes are using filling patterns that are no supported by the aspEasyPDF, so you only have the option
to use 0,1,2 and 3. 
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AddTextWidth
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C# PDF File & Page Process Library SDK for C#.net, ASP.NET, MVC
C# File: Split PDF; C# Page: Insert PDF pages; C# Page: Delete PDF pages; C# Read: PDF Image Extract; C# Write: Insert text into PDF; C# Write: Add Image to PDF;
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VB.NET PDF File Compress Library: Compress reduce PDF size in vb.
Reduce image resources: Since images are usually or large size, images size reducing can help to reduce PDF file size effectively.
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Constant Definition
ID
106
Name
csPropTextOverGraph
Type
Boolean
Default
False
GetProperty
SetProperty
Allows you to set if the text is drawn in top off all graphics.
Default value is False, that means that the text and graphics are drawn on the same priority as their are being called.
Setting it to True will add all graphics to the back.
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VB.NET PDF File Merge Library: Merge, append PDF files in vb.net
RasterEdge .NET Image SDK has included a variety of image and document Add necessary references In addition, VB.NET users can append a PDF file to the end of a
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C# PDF File Compress Library: Compress reduce PDF size in C#.net
Convert smooth lines to curves. Detect and merge image fragments. Flatten visible layers. C#.NET DLLs: Compress PDF Document. Add necessary references:
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Constant Definition
ID
107
Name
csPropText3DColor
Type
String (Color)
Default
#000000
GetProperty
SetProperty
Text colour to use for the shadow color when drawing the 3D text effect. This property is set in combination with the 
csPropText3DPos
Default is " #000000  ", black color.
Color Definitions
Color Name
sRGB Value
Black
#000000
Silver
#C0C0C0
Gray
#808080
White
#FFFFFF
Maroon
#800000
Red
#FF0000
Purple
#800080
Fuchsia
#FF00FF
Green
#008000
Lime
#00FF00
Olive
#0808000
Yellow
#FFFF00
Navy
#000080
Blue
#0000FF
Teal
#008080
Aqua
#00FFFFF
See also:
csPropText3DPos
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AddTextPos
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VB.NET PDF File Split Library: Split, seperate PDF into multiple
1). ' Create output PDF file path list Dim outputFilePaths As New List(Of String) Dim i As Integer For i = 0 To splitIndex.Length outputFilePaths.Add(Program
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Constant Definition
ID
108
Name
csPropText3DPos
Type
String
Default
GetProperty
SetProperty
If you want to draw the text with a 3D effect then set this property with the X,Y offset you wish to set the shadow. You
can also set the shadow color with csPropText3DColor
.
Note: This property only works with the AddTextPos it may be implemented on the AddText
mehod on future releases.
Example:
PDF.SetProperty csPropText3DColor, " #0000FF "
' Enable Shadow X Y back offset
PDF.SetProperty csPropText3DPos, " 0.5,0.5 "
' Write the text
PDF.AddTextPos 10,10," This is a text with 3D shadow
"
' Disable Shadow
PDF.SetProperty csPropText3DPos, " 0,0 "
See also:
csPropText3DColor
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Constant Definition
ID
109
Name
csPropTextAngle
Type
Float
Default
0
GetProperty
SetProperty
If you want to rotate a text use this property to specify the the angle to rotate in radians. This property is for use only
with the AddTextPos method as it doesn't control any margins and break pages.
You can combine other properties that affects the addTextPos without restrictions.
From version 1.70 you can now specify angles values. To specify angles you must use a specific symbol to tell the
library that the values is in angles ( º or o ) and not in radians.
Example:
' Rotate 45º
PDF.SetProperty csPropTextAngle, " 0.5 "
' Write the text
PDF.AddTextPos 100,200,"This is going up..."
Example in angle from version 1.70:
' Rotate 90º
PDF.SetProperty csPropTextAngle, " 90º "
' If you can not use the symbol º then use the letter o in lowercase
' PDF.SetProperty csPropTextAngle, " 90o "
' Write the text
PDF.AddTextPos 100,200," This is going up... "
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Constant Definition
ID
112
Name
csPropTextEntityConv
Type
Integer (Bool)
Default
True
GetProperty
SetProperty
From version 1.53
When using AddText and AddTextPos you can use html entities to specify special characters to be used on the text, if
you want to disable this feature you must set the constant to 0, false.
ISO Latin-1 Character Set
The following table contains the complete ISO Latin-1 character set, corresponding to the first 256 entries of the
Unicode character repertoire in Internet Explorer 4.0. The table describes each character, its decimal code, and its
named entity reference for HTML, and also provides a brief description.
Character Decimal code Named entity
Description
---
&#00;
---
Unused
---
&#01;
---
Unused
---
&#02;
---
Unused
---
&#03;
---
Unused
---
&#04;
---
Unused
---
&#05;
---
Unused
---
&#06;
---
Unused
---
&#07;
---
Unused
---
&#08;
---
Unused
---
&#09;
---
Horizontal tab
---
&#10;
---
Line feed
---
&#11;
---
Unused
---
&#12;
---
Unused
---
&#13;
---
Carriage Return
---
&#14;
---
Unused
---
&#15;
---
Unused
---
&#16;
---
Unused
---
&#17;
---
Unused
---
&#18;
---
Unused
---
&#19;
---
Unused
---
&#20;
---
Unused
---
&#21;
---
Unused
---
&#22;
---
Unused
---
&#23;
---
Unused
---
&#24;
---
Unused
---
&#25;
---
Unused
---
&#26;
---
Unused
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---
&#27;
---
Unused
---
&#28;
---
Unused
---
&#29;
---
Unused
---
&#30;
---
Unused
---
&#31;
---
Unused
&#32;
---
Space
!
&#33;
---
Exclamation mark
"
&#34;
&quot;
Quotation mark
#
&#35;
---
Number sign
$
&#36;
---
Dollar sign
%
&#37;
---
Percent sign
&
&#38;
&amp;
Ampersand
'
&#39;
---
Apostrophe
(
&#40;
---
Left parenthesis
)
&#41;
---
Right parenthesis
*
&#42;
---
Asterisk
+
&#43;
---
Plus sign
,
&#44;
---
Comma
-
&#45;
---
Hyphen
.
&#46;
---
Period (fullstop)
/
&#47;
---
Solidus (slash)
0
&#48;
---
Digit 0
1
&#49;
---
Digit 1
2
&#50;
---
Digit 2
3
&#51;
---
Digit 3
4
&#52;
---
Digit 4
5
&#53;
---
Digit 5
6
&#54;
---
Digit 6
7
&#55;
---
Digit 7
8
&#56;
---
Digit 8
9
&#57;
---
Digit 9
:
&#58;
---
Colon
;
&#59;
---
Semicolon
<
&#60;
&lt;
Less than
=
&#61;
---
Equals sign
>
&#62;
&gt;
Greater than
?
&#63;
---
Question mark
@
&#64;
---
Commercial at
A
&#65;
---
Capital A
B
&#66;
---
Capital B
C
&#67;
---
Capital C
D
&#68;
---
Capital D
E
&#69;
---
Capital E
F
&#70;
---
Capital F
G
&#71;
---
Capital G
H
&#72;
---
Capital H
I
&#73;
---
Capital I
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J
&#74;
---
Capital J
K
&#75;
---
Capital K
L
&#76;
---
Capital L
M
&#77;
---
Capital M
N
&#78;
---
Capital N
O
&#79;
---
Capital O
P
&#80;
---
Capital P
Q
&#81;
---
Capital Q
R
&#82;
---
Capital R
S
&#83;
---
Capital S
T
&#84;
---
Capital T
U
&#85;
---
Capital U
V
&#86;
---
Capital V
W
&#87;
---
Capital W
X
&#88;
---
Capital X
Y
&#89;
---
Capital Y
Z
&#90;
---
Capital Z
[
&#91;
---
Left square bracket
\
&#92;
---
Reverse solidus (backslash)
]
&#93;
---
Right square bracket
^
&#94;
---
Caret
_
&#95;
---
Horizontal bar (underscore)
`
&#96;
---
Acute accent
a
&#97;
---
Small a
b
&#98;
---
Small b
c
&#99;
---
Small c
d
&#100;
---
Small d
e
&#101;
---
Small e
f
&#102;
---
Small f
g
&#103;
---
Small g
h
&#104;
---
Small h
i
&#105;
---
Small i
j
&#106;
---
Small j
k
&#107;
---
Small k
l
&#108;
---
Small l
m
&#109;
---
Small m
n
&#110;
---
Small n
o
&#111;
---
Small o
p
&#112;
---
Small p
q
&#113;
---
Small q
r
&#114;
---
Small r
s
&#115;
---
Small s
t
&#116;
---
Small t
u
&#117;
---
Small u
v
&#118;
---
Small v
w
&#119;
---
Small w
x
&#120;
---
Small x
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