PDF Xpansion SDK enables a software developer to solve different tasks with PDF and XPS documents in his own software. It allows solving of almost any task related to PDF documents: creating, viewing, editing, annotation, converting, signing, etc.
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Description: PDF Xpansion SDK - the kernel library of PDF Xpansion technology.
The library provides for your own applications an ability to use digital documents in PDF, PDF/A and XPS formats. The library is built in a special way to satisfy the requirements of almost any category of third-party developers or systems integrators.
PDF Xpansion SDK libraries:
- PDF Document Library - base library to create, convert, read, display, print PDF and PDF/A documents and to process PDF properties.
- PDF Quick Viewer - complete PDF viewer as a window (incl. "PDF Quick View"), ActiveX, .NET-Control.
- PDF Rich Edit Library - create, explore, modify page content (Page Content Object Model available).
- XPS Document Library - converting PDF - XPS and vice-versa, processing of XPS documents.
- XFA Document Library - process data in electronic forms in XFA format.
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