Source code documentation samples give simple and easy method to install a needed feature into your application. What is ByteScout Premium Suite? It is the set that includes 12 SDK products from ByteScout including tools and components for PDF, barcodes, spreadsheets, screen video recording. It can help you to add images in pdf with pdf sdk in your VBScript application.
The following code snippet for ByteScout Premium Suite works best when you need to quickly add images in pdf with pdf sdk in your VBScript application. IF you want to implement the functionality, just copy and paste this code for VBScript below into your code editor with your app, compile and run your application. Use of ByteScout Premium Suite in VBScript is also described in the documentation included along with the product.
ByteScout Premium Suite free trial version is available on our website. VBScript and other programming languages are supported.
' This example demonstrates how to add images of various formats. ' Create Bytescout.PDF.Document object Set pdfDocument = CreateObject("Bytescout.PDF.Document") pdfDocument.RegistrationName = "demo" pdfDocument.RegistrationKey = "demo" Set comHelpers = pdfDocument.ComHelpers ' Add page Set page1 = comHelpers.CreatePage(comHelpers.PAPERFORMAT_A4) pdfDocument.Pages.Add(page1) Set canvas = page1.Canvas ' Add JPEG image and draw unscaled Set image1 = comHelpers.CreateImage("Image1.jpg") canvas.DrawImage (image1), 20, 20 ' Add PNG image and draw reduced twice Set image2 = comHelpers.CreateImage("Image2.png") canvas.DrawImage_2 (image2), 20, 520, image2.Width / 2, image2.Height / 2 ' Add TIFF image and draw scaled disproportionately Set image3 = comHelpers.CreateImage("Image3.tif") canvas.DrawImage_2 (image3), 270, 520, image3.Width / 2, image3.Height / 4 ' Add GIF image and draw rotated 90 degrees and scaled Set image4 = comHelpers.CreateImage("Image4.gif") canvas.TranslateTransform 390, 650 canvas.RotateTransform 90 canvas.DrawImage_2 (image4), 0, 0, image4.Width / 4, image4.Height / 4 ' Save document to file pdfDocument.Save("result.pdf") ' Open document in default PDF viewer app Set shell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") shell.Run "result.pdf", 1, false