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jPDFNotes

by Qoppa Software

Platform(s): Win Linux Mac OS X
License: Commercial

Application type: Plug-in
Categories:
Developer
Editing & Management
Viewers

Features

jPDFNotes is a Java™ bean that integrates into your application to display PDF documents and forms and allow your users to annotate the documents and fill the forms. After editing documents, the library can save them to a local file or the host application can override the save function to save the file to any location locally or on a network. jPDFNotes is built on top of Qoppa's proprietary PDF technology so your users do not have to install Acrobat Reader or any other third party software or drivers. jPDFNotes is 100% Java so it is completely platform independent and so can run on Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OSX and any other platform that supports the Java runtime environment.

  • Read and display PDF files on any platform that supports Java.
  • Fill and save PDF forms.
  • Import and Export FDF and XFDF formats.
  • Annotation toolbar to let your users insert notes and comments into PDF documents.
  • Written entirely in Java - allows your application to remain platform independent.
  • Support for PDF 1.7 file format (Acrobat 8.0) including layers.
  • All embedded font and image types supported.
  • No need to install or configure additional drivers or software when deploying your application.
  • Customizable toolbar.

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