FDFMerge combines PDF forms with form data to create a new populated form.
The application allows for advanced typography features, on-the-fly customization of form field appearance, full or partial flattening and security options.
Fill Forms Data Format (FDF) and XFDF data into Acrobat PDF forms
Remove active form fields and embed the field content directly into the document (form flattening)
Flatten selected fields, or the entire form
Dynamically change border width and color and background color of fields
Place PDF, JPEG or TIFF graphics into form fields
Advanced typography - manage character & word spacing and line leading
Multiple forms processing; process multiple forms using only one FDF or XFDF file
Text formatting, including field font, text point size, alignment, color, and more
Apply 40-bit or 128-bit file encryption with user password to control who may view, print, or modify a document
Linearization output PDFs for faster access and viewing when downloaded from the Web or a network
Incremental or garbage-collected save to optimize speed, memory usage, and output file size
Incredible Speed - Appligent Document Solutions applications are engineered for performance
Legendary Reliability - When up-time is critical, our products are known as industrial-strength
Fastest to Implement and Deploy - Developers can get up and running in an afternoon
Easy Interoperability - Call from the command-line, run in any development or scripting environment
Complete Command-Line Applications - Spend time on business-logic instead of coding
Database Independent - Use any database solution; our applications are completely database independent
Comprehensive Documentation - We provide complete manuals; we don't rely on user forums to document our products
Expert Support - Our expert Pennsylvania-based support team really does answer the phone
Enterprise Platforms - Most products are available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Sun, AIX and HP-UX
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