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How to add and use GoTo Remote Page action in PDF made with PDFDoc Scout library to open external document on button click Download example source code: pdfdocscout_example_goto_remote_action.zip (57,2 KB)Screenshot (view produced pdf):  Set PDFDoc = CreateObject("PDFDocScout.PDFDocument") ' create PDFDoc object  PDFDoc.InitLibrary "demo", "demo" ' initialize library  PDFDoc.OutputFileName = "pdfdocscout_example_goto_remote_action.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     '(ByVal FileName As String, ByVal PageIndex As Long, ByVal OpenInNewWindow As Boolean) As IGoToRemoteAction  'Add new GoTo Page Action  Set GoToRemoteAction = PDFDoc.AddGoToRemoteAction("pdfdocscout_example_goto_remote_action.pdf", 0, False)  ' Add button  Set btnTest = PDFDoc.Page.AddButton ("btnDemo", 100, 150, 200, 110)  btnTest.Caption = "Run GoToRemoteAction"  ' Set button action  btnTest.OnMouseDown = GoToRemoteAction  PDFDoc.EndDocument ' close pdf document generation  ' disconnect from library  Set PDFDoc = NothingDownload example source code: pdfdocscout_example_goto_remote_action.zip (57,2 KB)
Key Features: Royalty-free distribution along with your product/application;12 months of free updates and 12 months of free tech support via e-mail (within 2 business days) are included. Additional 12 months are available at 30% of regular price.;PDF security protection options support;Full set of methods and properties to add and manage text, Unicode text, images, annotations, outlines, controls (for PDF forms "acroforms") and javascript actions;Built-in support for HTML text formatting (including support for HTML links, local [...]
How to convert XML into PDF using XSLT template transformation in Visual Basic .NETSee also XML to PDF example for VBScript (Visual Basic 6) here See also XML to PDF example for Visual C# .NET hereThis example describes how to transform XML into PDF in Visual Basic .NET using XSLT (.xsl) template and PDFDoc Scout librarySource XML data (simpsons.xml):<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="Simpsons.xsl"?> <Simpsons> <FamilyMember>Homer Jay Simpson</FamilyMember> <FamilyMember>Marjorie Marge Simpson (Bouvier)</FamilyMember> <FamilyMember>Bartholomew Jojo Bart [...]
How to convert XML into PDF using XSLT template transformation in Visual C#See also XML to PDF example for VBScript (Visual Basic) here You can download the source code of this example (Visual C#) here: pdfdocscout_xml_xslt_transformation_example_csharp.zipThis example describes how to transform XML into PDF in Visual C# using XSLT (.xsl) template using PDFDoc Scout librarySource XML data (simpsons.xml):<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="Simpsons.xsl"?> <Simpsons> <FamilyMember>Homer Jay Simpson</FamilyMember> <FamilyMember>Marjorie Marge Simpson (Bouvier)</FamilyMember> <FamilyMember>Bartholomew Jojo Bart Simpson</FamilyMember> [...]
How to convert XML into PDF using XSLT template transformation See also: XML to PDF example for Visual C# here XML to PDF example for VB.NET hereYou can download the source code of this example (VBScript) here: pdfdocscout_xml_xslt_transformation_example.zipThis example describes how to transform XML into PDF document using XSLT (.xsl) template using PDFDoc Scout librarySource XML data (simpsons.xml):<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="Simpsons.xsl"?> <Simpsons> <FamilyMember>Homer Jay Simpson</FamilyMember> <FamilyMember>Marjorie Marge Simpson (Bouvier)</FamilyMember> <FamilyMember>Bartholomew Jojo Bart Simpson</FamilyMember> [...]
How to create PDF document file from Visual C++ using PDFDoc Scout library:  "Hello, World!" exampleYou can download the source code of this example here: pdfdocscout_vc.zip This tutorial will teach you how to create simple PDF document from VC++ using PDFDoc Scout library.1) Install PDFDoc Scout library on your computer and run Visual C++2) Select the "New.." command from "File" menu (as it is shown below) to run  :  3)The  New Project Wizard dialog will appear [...]
Quick Guide: How to create PDF document in VBScript using PDFDoc Scout library"Hello, World!"example You can download the source code of this example here: pdfdocscout_vbscript.zip PDFDoc Scout library can be used in scripting languages that support ActiveX/COM objects: Javascript, VBScript, ASP and ASP.NET scripted languages. This page will show how create the PDF document using VBScript and PDFDoc Scout library. Windows 98/2000/ME/XP have built-in VBScript support and all files with ".VBS" are recognized as VBScript files and can [...]
Getting started with PDFDoc Scout library and Visual Basic.NET: "Hello, World!" exampleYou can download the source code of this example here: pdfdocscout_vb_net.zipThis page contains step-by-step tutorial that will teach you how to create PDF document file in Visual Basic.NET application using PDFDoc Scout library. 1) Install PDFDoc Scout library on your computer and run Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Go to New menu and click Project... to create new project as shown on screenshot below:  You will see New Project [...]