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How to open existing PDF form and fill the form and then save as new PDF file using ByteScout PDF SDK

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Filling existing PDF form with values and saving as new PDF document
This example demonstrates how to stamp PDF pages with page numbers using ByteScout PDF SDK

PDF form filled using Bytescout PDF SDK

The example demonstrates how to text field using ByteScout PDF SDK.

Program.vb:
VB

[vb]’*******************************************************************
‘ ByteScout PDF SDK

‘ Copyright © 2016 Bytescout, https://bytescout.com
‘ ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

‘*******************************************************************

Imports Bytescout.PDF

”’ <summary>
”’ This example demonstrates how text fields and theirs variations.
”’ </summary>
Class Program

Shared Sub Main()

‘ Create new document
Dim pdfDocument = New Document()
pdfDocument.RegistrationName = "demo"
pdfDocument.RegistrationKey = "demo"
‘ Add page
Dim page = New Page(PaperFormat.A4)
pdfDocument.Pages.Add(page)

‘ Add simple text field with default properties
Dim edit1 = New EditBox(20, 20, 120, 25, "editBox1")
edit1.Text = "One two three"
page.Annotations.Add(edit1)

‘ Add password box
Dim edit2 = New EditBox(20, 50, 120, 25, "editBox2")
edit2.Text = "password"
edit2.Password = True
page.Annotations.Add(edit2)

‘ Add multiline text field
Dim edit3 = New EditBox(20, 80, 120, 50, "editBox3")
edit3.Multiline = True
edit3.Text = "The quick brown fox jumps over, the lazy dog."
page.Annotations.Add(edit3)

‘ Demonstrate various decoration properties
Dim edit4 = New EditBox(20, 135, 120, 30, "editBox4")
edit4.Text = "Decorated text field"
edit4.TextAlign = TextAlign.Right
edit4.BackgroundColor = New ColorRGB(255, 240, 240)
edit4.BorderWidth = 2
edit4.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.Dashed
edit4.BorderColor = New ColorRGB(128, 0, 0)
edit4.FontColor = New ColorRGB(128, 0, 0)
edit4.Font.Size = 9
page.Annotations.Add(edit4)

‘ Save document to file
pdfDocument.Save("result.pdf")

‘ Cleanup
pdfDocument.Dispose()

‘ Open document in default PDF viewer app
Process.Start("result.pdf")

End Sub

End Class [/vb]

Program.cs:
C#

[vb]//*******************************************************************
// ByteScout PDF SDK
//
// Copyright © 2016 ByteScout – https://bytescout.com
// ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
//
//*******************************************************************

using System.Diagnostics;
using Bytescout.PDF;

namespace TextFields
{
/// <summary>
/// This example demonstrates how text fields and theirs variations.
/// </summary>
class Program
{
static void Main()
{
// Create new document
Document pdfDocument = new Document();
pdfDocument.RegistrationName = "demo";
pdfDocument.RegistrationKey = "demo";
// Add page
Page page = new Page(PaperFormat.A4);
pdfDocument.Pages.Add(page);

// Add simple text field with default properties
EditBox edit1 = new EditBox(20, 20, 120, 25, "editBox1");
edit1.Text = "One two three";
page.Annotations.Add(edit1);

// Add password box
EditBox edit2 = new EditBox(20, 50, 120, 25, "editBox2");
edit2.Text = "password";
edit2.Password = true;
page.Annotations.Add(edit2);

// Add multiline text field
EditBox edit3 = new EditBox(20, 80, 120, 50, "editBox3");
edit3.Multiline = true;
edit3.Text = "The quick brown fox jumps over, the lazy dog.";
page.Annotations.Add(edit3);

// Demonstrate various decoration properties
EditBox edit4 = new EditBox(20, 135, 120, 30, "editBox4");
edit4.Text = "Decorated text field";
edit4.TextAlign = TextAlign.Right;
edit4.BackgroundColor = new ColorRGB(255, 240, 240);
edit4.BorderWidth = 2;
edit4.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.Dashed;
edit4.BorderColor = new ColorRGB(128, 0, 0);
edit4.FontColor = new ColorRGB(128, 0, 0);
edit4.Font.Size = 9;
page.Annotations.Add(edit4);

// Save document to file
pdfDocument.Save("result.pdf");

// Cleanup
pdfDocument.Dispose();

// Open document in default PDF viewer app
Process.Start("result.pdf");
}
}
} [/vb]

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