Gnostice PDFtoolkit is a powerful component set for Microsoft Visual
Studio and Visual Studio .NET, and Borland Delphi to manage, manipulate,
enhance, view PDF documents and process PDF eForms. PDFtoolkit supports
filling and reading of PDF forms, compressing, securing, appending and
merging of multiple PDF documents, stamping, building Table of Contents,
setting bookmarks, and many more functions that can be performed on PDF
documents. PDFtoolkit operates on existing PDF documents and can even
create new ones by extracting pages from existing documents. With the help
of PDFtoolkit powerful PDF document management functions can be performed
from within the business applications, making the applications more
efficient and independent of external software.
Why use Gnostice PDFtoolkit?
View and Print PDF documents from within your application, without using any external software.
Convert PDF documents to JPEG, BMP, other image formats, and using eDocEngine, to HTML, RTF, TIFF and more.
Modify and Re-organize PDF documents by adding new text, images, bookmarks, annotations, deleting pages, appending pages...
Enhance PDF documents by activating links in content, inserting headers and footers, stamping page numbers, inserting document events and more.
Automate reading of filled PDF forms and capture data accurately in the format you want, processing thousands of forms in seconds.
Automate filling of PDF forms with constant data or unique data picked up from any data store, and distribute the filled forms in one go. An indispensable feature when you have to process and email thousands of forms to users across the globe.
Stamps and Watermarks; apply markings that can appear on or below document content to indicate specific uses or restrictions on the document such as "Confidential", "Draft", etc or set the company logo as a watermark on all
pages or selected pages of the document.
Automate extraction of document metadata to save it to a data store.
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.