PDF In-The-Box for Delphi is a VCL component that lets you create PDF files programmatically. It writes native PDF
format with no intermediate file. No third-party software needed. You don't have to know anything about the PDF
Supports Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005 and 2006 (Win32 mode), and C++ Builder 5, 6 and 2006. Source code in Delphi language is available in option. ActiveX and DLL APIs also available.
Your applications based on PDF In-The-Box can be freely deployed. No run-time licence needed!
A comprehensive programming interface (about 110 methods, properties and events) allows you to build up sophisticated PDF documents. Features:
All TrueType fonts supported.
Multi-line text with smart hyphenation, horizontal and vertical alignment.
Insertion of rich texts loaded from RTF files.
Supported field types: pushbutton, edit box, memo box, list box, combo box, check box, radio buttons.
Support of style sheets.
Powerful grid management system with cell drawing and filling methods.
Customization of aspect and dimensions for every column.
15 methods available to draw geometrical shapes (lines, rectangles, circles, pies, polygons, Bezier curves, etc).
Images retrieved from memory or loaded from disk (.BMP, .JPG, .WMF, EMF, .ICO formats).
Smart image stretching (preserving aspect ratio).
Image compression with Zlib or Jpeg algorithms.
Repetitive image management.
Bookmarks (table of contents displayed as an outline tree in PDF viewers)
Hyperlinks: internal, remote, external or Internet links.
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.