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The PDFDoc Scout SDK product has been acquired by Lionsoft company in January, 2011 and not available on our web-site anymore.
For 3rd party C# open-source PDF generation library? Check the blog article: .NET Bear, Do You Know Any Free PDF Generation Libraries For Use In Commercial Applications?
Check our commercial products for PDF format:
PDF Extractor SDK - extract tables, text, structured data from PDF files in your apps
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PDF To HTML SDK - convert PDF to HTML with images and formatting preserved
Getting started: How to create PDF document in ASP (on ASP web-server) using PDFDoc Scout library
You can download the source code of this example here: pdfdocscout_asp.zip
Windows 98/2000/ME/XP have built-in VBScript support and all files with ".VBS" are recognized as VBScript files and can be executed by system.
1) Install PDFDoc Scout library on your computer
2) Run Notepad
3) To create PDF animation document in VBScript we have to write a very simple script:
Set PDFDoc = CreateObject("PDFDocScout.PDFDocument") ' create PDFDoc object
PDFDoc.InitLibrary "demo", "demo" ' initialize library
PDFDoc.OutputFileName = "HelloWorld.pdf" ' set output filename for PDF document
PDFDoc.AutoOpenGeneratedPDF = true ' automatically open generated PDF document in default PDF viewer application
PDFDoc.BeginDocument ' starts PDF document generation
' add text to current page - draw text at (100,100) and rotate at 15 degrees
PDFDoc.Page.AddText "Hello, World!", 100, 100, 15
PDFDoc.EndDocument ' close pdf document generation
' disconnect from library
Set PDFDoc = Nothing
Feel free to copy code from this page, paste into the notepad and save as a "HelloWorld.VBS":
4) Double-click "HelloWorld.VBS" file from Explorer or from another file manager and script will be executed.
You can view generated PDF file (.PDF) using Internet Explorer or another application that is capable of displaying PDF documents.
You can download the source code of this example here: swfscout_asp.zip