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You can see in 5 0 obj that it maps to an object that represents one of the default fonts: Even though it seems a bit long winded it actually helps towards speeding up a Pdf viewer. Instead of loading a font you just hang on to the reference, if it doesnt get called you don look at the page the font is on you dont have to load the font. Anyway put it all together with the text from Part 3: DIY Blank Page and you get, possibly, a world first: Next Time: Drawing lines.
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System Requirements GemBox. Pdf works on. NET Framework 3. NET Standard 2.
It doesn't have any other dependency. Hello World The first step in using the GemBox.
Pdf library is to add a reference to GemBox. NET project. There are three ways to do that. You can add GemBox. Pdf Or you can search and add GemBox. Pdf from the NuGet Package Manager.
You can download the GemBox. The email-address and the name of the PowerUser is used for sending the email.
Higher programming languages takes automatically care of the conversion, so just in lower languages it is required or also SoapUI. This will return a DocumentId, to use the document for creating an envelope.
The function requires the authorization and a Base64 encoded file. For this tutorial we just use a simple PDF document. You can download it here or use your own PDF document. The uploading call requires the following XML data structure for uploading. Define the file name and the base64 encoded file.
The Response after a successfull upload of the file with the document id SspFileId.
The document id you need for creating your first envelope. After 10 minutes it will be deleted and you are not able to use it again. The moment you are creating an envelope with the file, it gets the time-to-live of the envelope. Attention: the returned file id is just for creating an envelope.