Drop the PDF Forms Toolkit Component on your Delphi form and have access to your PDF form directly from Delphi. PDF Forms Toolkit Component is a visual component that works with your copy of Adobe Acrobat version 3.0 and 4.0 or any Acrobat exchange product.
Populate the PDF form from your Delphi program
Read PDF form fields into a Delphi TstringList
Import and Export complete FDF field data files to and from your Delphi project
Print the PDF form from Delphi
Save the Viewed PDF
Insert pages into the viewed PDF file
Delete pages from the viewed PDf file
Get the number of pages of the viewed PDF file
Change page number of the viewed PDF
Get the active page number of the viewed PDF
Future add-ons that we will be adding to the component in the very near
future if youre using Adobe Acrobat version 4.0.
Change PDF form field fonts
Set Java scripts imbedded in a PDF file
Add new data fields to the PDF form
Change the properties of the PDF fields
Set and/or change form calculations
You dont have to be a Delphi Guru to use this component. Just drop the component on the Delphi form, set the component "filename" to the path and file name of the PDF file to load, set the "version" property to the version of Acrobat used then using the "Active" property to view the PDF file. To populate the PDF fields just use the "setData" method and to retrieve field data, use the "getData" method. Its that simple.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.