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Topic: Page Orientation
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 112620
From: schen
Date: 6/3/2004 07:20 AM


schen

Subject: Page Orientation

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Hello,
I was trying to create a pdf file programmatically. It is working. By default the page output is partrait. How can I set the page to be landscape orientation. Please help me with a code example.

Thanks,
Satish




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Posted: 20 May 2004 07:46 AM

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cdahl

Subject: RE: Page Orientation

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With what library are you creating the PDF with? Acrobat SDK (plug-in?), PDFlib, TallPDF.NET, iText? There are a number of different ways of creating a new PDF. Please provide some further detail.

- Chris.
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Chris Dahl - CTO, Solutions
ARTS PDF
chris.dahl@artspdf.com
http://www.artspdf.com/solutions




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Posted: 20 May 2004 06:32 PM

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schen

Subject: RE: Page Orientation

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Thanks for your response Chris!
I am using Microsoft Scripting at runtime library for this. I am pasting a small piece of code below for your understanding.

ts.WriteLine("2 0 obj");
ts.WriteLine("<<");
ts.WriteLine("/Type /Catalog");
ts.WriteLine("/Pages 3 0 R");
ts.WriteLine("/PageLayout /OneColumn");
ts.WriteLine(">>");
ts.WriteLine("endobj");

Thank you,

Satish



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Posted: 21 May 2004 01:22 AM

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sandielias

Subject: RE: Page Orientation

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Hi

In you page dictionary include a entry for /Rotate

by chaning the value for this entry will rotate your page as required

regards


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Posted: 22 May 2004 03:38 PM

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schen

Subject: RE: Page Orientation

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hi sandielias,
thank you for ur help. now the page is rotated but not the content. can you please help me further. i appreciate ur help.

thanks!!



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Posted: 02 Jun 2004 10:18 AM



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