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wPDF V2

by wpCubed GmbH

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

Application type: Desktop
Categories:
Creation & Conversion
Developer

Features

Create full featured PDF files directly from your Delphi or C++Builder using this powerful library. Its Canvas property lets you use your existing printing code! To use Windows GDI procedures, such as CreateFont(), it provides you with a 'Handle' (= HDC). You can also export metafiles directy, wPDF V2 will automatically create a PDF page for you and export your file with previously unseen precision. Its rendering engine was completely rewritten and not only supports standard text and line drawing commands, but also stretched or rotated coordinate systems, clipping paths and much more. Optimized code avoids rounding errors, allowing 1:1 reproduction. wPDF - Go the extra mile - Embed true type fonts with support for subsets - Thus only the character descriptions for the characters actually used are exported. - Support encryption - but not only 40 bit, also extra security with 128 bit encryption! If you decide to use wPDF with WPTools you can export the PDF file directly from the RTF buffer, including hyperlinks and bookmarks. No matter what your needs are, wPDF offers you a fast and effective solution. wpCubed GmbH also lists wPDFControl to be used with VB and other development systems. http://www.wptools.de

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