SDK to edit, combine and create PDF documents
Java | C# | .NET Core | nuget | C/C++
The 4-Heights™ PDF Toolbox SDK is a fast, high-quality, PDF/A-compliant component to programmatically create PDF documents from scratch, add any content, such as text and images to existing PDFs and assemble (merge and split) PDF documents. Thanks to various interfaces, the SDK can be used with Java, C/C++, .NET Core and .NET languages, such as C# and Visual Basic.
Create, fill and extract forms programmatically. Add, modify and extract annotations.
Change PDF documents. Add additional information, such as a stamp, image or text or remove text from a PDF.
Create new pages with any content. Make a new PDF or merge them with your existing PDFs.
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Supported PDF Formats
Supported image formats
Supported Font Formats
Programmatic creation of any PDF/A-conform document, whereby its content can stem from any source such as a database or webpage form.
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