It is a little bothered to find specified text, phrase or sentence in a Word document with a large amount of contents. Therefore, the function, which enables users to find text in Word document quickly, is import and necessary. What's more, the found texts will be highlighted with a background color so that users can confirm the location more conveniently.

Spire.Doc for .NET, a professional .NET Word component, enables developers to find and highlight text in Word on their .NET applications. This guide focuses on showing the solution to find and highlight text in Word by using C#, VB.NET. Please have a look at the following screenshot, which presents the result you can get.

Find and Highlight Word Text

Download and install Spire.Doc for .NET. Load document which you want to find and highlight text. Then, invoke document.FindAllString(string, bool caseSensitive, bool wholeWord) method to find text “forming” in document. Next, save the found string in a TextSelection array. Use foreach sentence to set HighlightColor property for each selection in TextSelection array. Code as following

[C#]
using System.Drawing;
using Spire.Doc;
using Spire.Doc.Documents;

namespace WordImage
{
    class ImageinWord
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            //Create Document
            Document document = new Document();
            document.LoadFromFile(@"E:\Work\Documents\WordDocuments\References.docx");

            TextSelection[] text = document.FindAllString("forming", false, true);
            foreach (TextSelection seletion in text)
            {
                seletion.GetAsOneRange().CharacterFormat.HighlightColor = Color.Yellow;
            }

            document.SaveToFile("FindHighlight.docx", FileFormat.Docx);
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("FindHighlight.docx");
        }
    }
}
[VB.NET]
Imports System.Drawing
Imports Spire.Doc
Imports Spire.Doc.Documents

Namespace WordImage
    Friend Class ImageinWord
        Shared Sub Main(ByVal args() As String)
            'Create Document
            Dim document As New Document()
            document.LoadFromFile("E:\Work\Documents\WordDocuments\References.docx")

            Dim text() As TextSelection = document.FindAllString("forming", False, True)
            For Each seletion As TextSelection In text
                seletion.GetAsOneRange().CharacterFormat.HighlightColor = Color.Yellow
            Next seletion

            document.SaveToFile("FindHighlight.docx", FileFormat.Docx)
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("FindHighlight.docx")
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace

Spire.Doc, a stand-alone Word component, which enables users to perform a wide range of Word document processing tasks with a fast speed such as generate, read, write and modify Word document in WPF, .NET and Silverlight without MS Word automation.

Word Heading can be taken as title of each part in Word document. This guide demonstrates solution to manage these Word headings and form them as a catalogue in C# and VB.NET.

In Word document, users can set some contents, for example, phrases of summary of the following paragraphs, as headings. These Word headings can be displayed in the first page of whole document and form as catalogue after arrangement so that readers can get outline of whole document. Solution in this guide presents how to manage Word headings with numbered style in a new created document in C# and VB.NET via Spire.Doc for .NET and screenshot below shows results of managing Word headings.

Word Paragraph Headings

Heading is one of kind of styles for paragraphs and Spire.Doc for .NET provides several BuiltinStyle types for paragraphs. In this example, three BuiltinStyle types will be applied: Heading1, Heading2 and Heading3. Following, details will be presented step by step.

Firstly, initialize a Document instance and add section, paragraph for this instance. Secondly, invoke AppendText method with parameter string text and ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading1) method of Paragraph class to add text and set heading style for new added paragraph. Then, invoke ListFromat.ApplyNumberedStyle() method of Paragraph class to set number list for it. Thirdly, add new paragraph and set Heading2 style for it as the previous step. Initialize a ListStyle instance for document with Numbered ListType. Then, initialize a ListLevel instance from ListStyle and set UsePrevLevelPattern and NumberPrefix properties for this instance. After that, invoke ListStyleCollection.Add(ListStyle) method of Document class and ListFormat.ApplyStyle method of Paragraph class with parameter string styleName to add ListStyle for Heading2. Fourthly, add a new paragraph and set BuiltinStyle as Heading3 and apply ListStyle for this paragraph as the previous step. Finally, invoke SaveToFile method of Document class with parameter string fileName and FileFormat to save this document. Refer the code:

[C#]
using Spire.Doc;
using Spire.Doc.Documents;

namespace WordHeading
{
    class Heading
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            //Create Document
            Document document = new Document();
            Section section = document.AddSection();
            Paragraph paragraph
                = section.Paragraphs.Count > 0 ? section.Paragraphs[0] : section.AddParagraph();

            //Add Heading 1
            paragraph = section.AddParagraph();
            paragraph.AppendText(BuiltinStyle.Heading1.ToString());
            paragraph.ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading1);
            paragraph.ListFormat.ApplyNumberedStyle();

            //Add Heading 2
            paragraph = section.AddParagraph();
            paragraph.AppendText(BuiltinStyle.Heading2.ToString());
            paragraph.ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading2);

            //List Style for Headings 2
            ListStyle listSty2 = new ListStyle(document, ListType.Numbered);
            foreach (ListLevel listLev in listSty2.Levels)
            {
                listLev.UsePrevLevelPattern = true;
                listLev.NumberPrefix = "1.";
            }
            listSty2.Name = "MyStyle2";
            document.ListStyles.Add(listSty2);
            paragraph.ListFormat.ApplyStyle(listSty2.Name);
            
            //Add List Style 3
            ListStyle listSty3 = new ListStyle(document, ListType.Numbered);
            foreach (ListLevel listLev in listSty3.Levels)
            {
                listLev.UsePrevLevelPattern = true;
                listLev.NumberPrefix = "1.1.";
            }
            listSty3.Name = "MyStyle3";
            document.ListStyles.Add(listSty3);

            //Add Heading 3
            for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++)
            {
                paragraph = section.AddParagraph();

                //Append Text
                paragraph.AppendText(BuiltinStyle.Heading3.ToString());

                //Apply List Style 3 for Heading 3
                paragraph.ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading3);
                paragraph.ListFormat.ApplyStyle(listSty3.Name);
            }

            //Save and Launch
            document.SaveToFile("Word Headings.docx", FileFormat.Docx);
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("Word Headings.docx");   
        }
    }
}
[VB.NET]
Imports Spire.Doc
Imports Spire.Doc.Documents

Namespace WordHeading
    Friend Class Heading
        Shared Sub Main(ByVal args() As String)
            'Create Document
            Dim document As New Document()
            Dim section As Section = document.AddSection()
            Dim paragraph As Paragraph = If(section.Paragraphs.Count > 0, section.Paragraphs(0), section.AddParagraph())

            'Add Heading 1
            paragraph = section.AddParagraph()
            paragraph.AppendText(BuiltinStyle.Heading1.ToString())
            paragraph.ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading1)
            paragraph.ListFormat.ApplyNumberedStyle()

            'Add Heading 2
            paragraph = section.AddParagraph()
            paragraph.AppendText(BuiltinStyle.Heading2.ToString())
            paragraph.ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading2)

            'List Style for Headings 2
            Dim listSty2 As New ListStyle(document, ListType.Numbered)
            For Each listLev As ListLevel In listSty2.Levels
                listLev.UsePrevLevelPattern = True
                listLev.NumberPrefix = "1."
            Next listLev
            listSty2.Name = "MyStyle2"
            document.ListStyles.Add(listSty2)
            paragraph.ListFormat.ApplyStyle(listSty2.Name)

            'Add List Style 3
            Dim listSty3 As New ListStyle(document, ListType.Numbered)
            For Each listLev As ListLevel In listSty3.Levels
                listLev.UsePrevLevelPattern = True
                listLev.NumberPrefix = "1.1."
            Next listLev
            listSty3.Name = "MyStyle3"
            document.ListStyles.Add(listSty3)

            'Add Heading 3
            For i As Integer = 0 To 3
                paragraph = section.AddParagraph()

                'Append Text
                paragraph.AppendText(BuiltinStyle.Heading3.ToString())

                'Apply List Style 3 for Heading 3
                paragraph.ApplyStyle(BuiltinStyle.Heading3)
                paragraph.ListFormat.ApplyStyle(listSty3.Name)
            Next i

            'Save and Launch
            document.SaveToFile("Word Headings.docx", FileFormat.Docx)
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("Word Headings.docx")
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace

Spire.Doc, as professional Word component, is very powerful on fast generating, loading, writing, modifying and saving Word documents in .NET, WPF, Silverlight without Word automation and any third party tools.

Tuesday, 12 June 2012 06:13

PDF Properties Setting in C#, VB.NET

PDF Properties demonstrate a summary of one document, including Description, Security, Fonts, Custom and Advance. Users can set part of description according to document contents. This guide introduces a solution to set PDF properties in C# and VB.NET via Spire.PDF for .NET. The following screenshot shows result after setting properties.

Set PDF Properties

Spire.PDF for .NET, professional .NET PDF component, provides a DocumentInformation class. Users can set PDF properties through setting properties of this class. In this example, the set PDF properties include Author, Title, Producer and Keywords. So, assign appropriate values (string) for these properties according to document contents to set document properties. Download and install Spire.PDF for .NET and follow the code.

[C#]
using System;
using Spire.Pdf;

namespace PDFProperties
{
    class Properties
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            PdfDocument document = new PdfDocument();
            document.LoadFromFile(@"E:\Work\Documents\PDF\Spire.PDF for .NET.pdf");

            document.DocumentInformation.Author = "E-iceblue";
            document.DocumentInformation.Title = "Spire.PDF for .NET Introduction";
            document.DocumentInformation.Producer = "Spire.PDF";
            document.DocumentInformation.Keywords = ".NET PDF, Spire.PDF for .NET";

            document.SaveToFile("properties.pdf");
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("properties.pdf");
        }
    }
}
[VB.NET]
Imports System
Imports Spire.Pdf

Namespace PDFProperties
    Friend Class Properties
        Shared Sub Main(ByVal args() As String)
            Dim document As New PdfDocument()
            document.LoadFromFile("E:\Work\Documents\PDF\Spire.PDF for .NET.pdf")

            document.DocumentInformation.Author = "E-iceblue"
            document.DocumentInformation.Title = "Spire.PDF for .NET Introduction"
            document.DocumentInformation.Producer = "Spire.PDF"
            document.DocumentInformation.Keywords = ".NET PDF, Spire.PDF for .NET"

            document.SaveToFile("properties.pdf")
            System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("properties.pdf")
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace

Spire.PDF, an easy-to-use PDF component, enables developers/programmers to generate, draw, modify and save PDF document for their .NET, Silverlight and WPF applications with C# and VB.NET.

Tuesday, 12 June 2012 05:59

How to Draw PDF Table in C#, VB.NET

PDF table is one of the best ways to display data information. Using it, all the data can be quickly and clearly read. This section will introduce a solution to draw PDF table via a .NET PDF component in C#, VB.NET.

Using Spire.PDF for .NET (a .NET PDF library for manipulating PDF files), you can draw PDF table through two simple steps. One is to draw all the data by a string array. Another step is to split these string array by string[] Split(params char[] separator); Thus, a PDF table has been drawn. From below picture, you can see the effect of the task:

Here, you can download Spire.PDF for .NET and install it on your system. After adding the Spire.Pdf dll from your Bin folder, you can follow below key code to draw your PDF table in C#, VB.NET.

[C#]
  //Create a pdf document.
        PdfDocument doc = new PdfDocument();
        PdfSection sec = doc.Sections.Add();
        sec.PageSettings.Width = PdfPageSize.A4.Width;
        PdfPageBase page = sec.Pages.Add();
        float y = 10;
        //title
        PdfBrush brush1 = PdfBrushes.Black;
        PdfTrueTypeFont font1 = new PdfTrueTypeFont(new Font("Arial", 16f, FontStyle.Bold));
        PdfStringFormat format1 = new PdfStringFormat(PdfTextAlignment.Center);
        page.Canvas.DrawString("Part Sales Information", font1, brush1, page.Canvas.ClientSize.Width / 2, y, format1);
        y = y + font1.MeasureString("Country List", format1).Height;
        y = y + 5;

        String[] data
     = {
     "PartNo;Description;OnHand;OnOrder;Cost;ListPrice",
     "900;Dive kayak;24;16;1356.75;3999.95",
     "912;Underwater Diver Vehicle;5;3;504;1680",
     "1313;Regulator System;165;216;117.5;250",
     "1314;Second Stage Regulator;98;88;124.1;365",
     "1316;Regulator System;75;70;119.35;341",
     "1320;Second Stage Regulator;37;35;73.53;171",
     "1328;Regulator System;166;100;154.8;430",
     "1330;Alternate Inflation Regulator;47;43;85.8;260",
     "1364;Second Stage Regulator;128;135;99.9;270",
     "1390;First Stage Regulator;146;140;64.6;170",
     "1946;Second Stage Regulator;13;10;95.79;309",
     "1986;Depth/Pressure Gauge Console;25;24;73.32;188",
     "2314;Electronic Console;13;12;120.9;390",
     "2341;Depth/Pressure Gauge;226;225;48.3;105",
     "2343;Personal Dive Sonar;46;45;72.85;235",
     "2350;Compass Console Mount;211;300;10.15;29"
         };
        String[][] dataSource
            = new String[data.Length][];
        for (int i = 0; i < data.Length; i++)
        {
            dataSource[i] = data[i].Split(';');
        }

        PdfTable table = new PdfTable();
        table.Style.CellPadding = 2;
        table.Style.BorderPen = new PdfPen(brush1, 0.75f);
        table.Style.HeaderStyle.StringFormat = new PdfStringFormat(PdfTextAlignment.Center);
        table.Style.HeaderSource = PdfHeaderSource.Rows;
        table.Style.HeaderRowCount = 1;
        table.Style.ShowHeader = true;
        table.Style.HeaderStyle.BackgroundBrush = PdfBrushes.CadetBlue;
        table.DataSource = dataSource;
        foreach(PdfColumn column in table.Columns)
        {
            column.StringFormat = new PdfStringFormat(PdfTextAlignment.Center, PdfVerticalAlignment.Middle);
        }
        table.Draw(page, new PointF(0, y));

        doc.SaveToFile("SimpleTable.pdf");
[VB.NET]
 'Create a pdf document.
        Dim doc As New PdfDocument()
        Dim sec As PdfSection = doc.Sections.Add()
        sec.PageSettings.Width = PdfPageSize.A4.Width
        Dim page As PdfPageBase = sec.Pages.Add()
        Dim y As Single = 10
        'title
        Dim brush1 As PdfBrush = PdfBrushes.Black
        Dim font1 As New PdfTrueTypeFont(New Font("Arial", 16.0F, FontStyle.Bold))
        Dim format1 As New PdfStringFormat(PdfTextAlignment.Center)
        page.Canvas.DrawString("Part Sales Information", font1, brush1, page.Canvas.ClientSize.Width / 2, y, format1)
        y = y + font1.MeasureString("Country List", format1).Height
        y = y + 5

        Dim data As [String]() = {
        "PartNo;Description;OnHand;OnOrder;Cost;ListPrice",
        "900;Dive kayak;24;16;1356.75;3999.95",
        "912;Underwater Diver Vehicle;5;3;504;1680",
        "1313;Regulator System;165;216;117.5;250",
        "1314;Second Stage Regulator;98;88;124.1;365",
        "1316;Regulator System;75;70;119.35;341",
        "1320;Second Stage Regulator;37;35;73.53;171",
        "1328;Regulator System;166;100;154.8;430",
        "1330;Alternate Inflation Regulator;47;43;85.8;260",
        "1364;Second Stage Regulator;128;135;99.9;270",
        "1390;First Stage Regulator;146;140;64.6;170",
        "1946;Second Stage Regulator;13;10;95.79;309",
        "1986;Depth/Pressure Gauge Console;25;24;73.32;188",
        "2314;Electronic Console;13;12;120.9;390",
        "2341;Depth/Pressure Gauge;226;225;48.3;105",
        "2343;Personal Dive Sonar;46;45;72.85;235",
        "2350;Compass Console Mount;211;300;10.15;29"

        Dim dataSource As [String]()() = New [String](data.Length - 1)() {}
        For i As Integer = 0 To data.Length - 1
            dataSource(i) = data(i).Split(";"c)
        Next

        Dim table As New PdfTable()
        table.Style.CellPadding = 2
        table.Style.BorderPen = New PdfPen(brush1, 0.75F)
        table.Style.HeaderStyle.StringFormat = New PdfStringFormat(PdfTextAlignment.Center)
        table.Style.HeaderSource = PdfHeaderSource.Rows
        table.Style.HeaderRowCount = 1
        table.Style.ShowHeader = True
        table.Style.HeaderStyle.BackgroundBrush = PdfBrushes.CadetBlue
        table.DataSource = dataSource
        For Each column As PdfColumn In table.Columns
            column.StringFormat = New PdfStringFormat(PdfTextAlignment.Center, PdfVerticalAlignment.Middle)
        Next
        table.Draw(page, New PointF(0, y))

        doc.SaveToFile("SimpleTable.pdf")

Spire.PDF for .NET is a professional .NET PDF component which enables you to create, edit and handle PDF files in C#, VB.NET.

PDF format, beyond all doubt, provides great convenience for people in daily work. But sometimes, the character of requiring an external application like Acrobat Reader makes things more complex. For example, images can be easily and quickly presented on browsers as long as you have image addresses or load them from your system. While for PDF document, it has to be presented by an external application. Besides, loading images can save much time compared with loading a PDF file since images can be loaded one by one, while PDF file is only available after the complete PDF document is downloaded. Furthermore, images are more likely to handle by Office applications. That is why people need to export PDF document pages to images.

When it comes to the conversion or transformation from this document format to another, people subconsciously think about conversion software. But for Spire.PDF Viewer, you do not need any PDF converter and can realize the PDF to image task in two ways. Moreover, you can export the PDF pages to any image format such as png, jpg, bmp and so on. Finally, except exporting PDF pages to images, Spire.PDFViewer is a totally independent .NET library and has other functions such as open and read encrypted PDF files, view embedded PDF file with hyperlinks and so on.

Two solutions will be displayed to finish this task. The first solution is more complicated than the second one but it has more functions. So both methods have their own advantages. You can choose any one according to your own need.

Export PDF to Images Solution 1

This method requires two forms. One is to load PDF document and the other is to display images which are exported from PDF file. You can export any page or pages to save as images. Details can be shown in the below procedure.

Step 1: Create a new project

  • Create a new project in Windows Forms Application.
  • Set the Target Framework to be .NET Framework 2 or above in Properties.
  • Set the target Framework in this project Properties to be .NET Framework 2.0 or above.

Step 2: Design two Forms

  • Add a toolScript and PdfDocumentViewer in Form1.
  • Add three Buttons, two Labels and two ComboBoxes in Form1 from the toolScript dropdown list.
  • Set the Properties of the Buttons, Labels, ComboBoxes and PdfDocumentViewer as below table.
  • Add another Form in Windows Form from Add item by right clicking the project. I name this Form to be FormImages.
  • In FormImages, I add a FlowLayoutPanel to it and set its Name to be panelImages1, the Dock property to be Fill.

Step 3: Export PDF file pages to images

Click Form1, add Spire.PDFViewer Forms dll as reference from your downloaded Spire.PDFViewer. Then, add namespaces to the top of the method.

[C#]
using System.IO;
using Spire.PdfViewer.Forms;
[VB.NET]
Imports System.IO
Imports Spire.PdfViewer.Forms

Load a PDF file from system and open it. This step also enables you to open another PDF from your system by clicking the "Open" button in Form1.

[C#]
private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            string pdfDoc = @"D:\michelle\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\PDFViewer.pdf";
            if (File.Exists(pdfDoc))
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfDoc);
            }
        }
private void btnOpen_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
       {
            OpenFileDialog dialog = new OpenFileDialog();
            dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf";
            DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
            if (result == DialogResult.OK)
            {
                try
                {
                    string pdfFile = dialog.FileName;
                    this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile);
                }
                catch (Exception exe)
                {
                    MessageBox.Show(exe.Message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Error);
                }

            }
        }
[VB.NET]
Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		Dim pdfDoc As String = "D:\michelle\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\PDFViewer.pdf"
		If File.Exists(pdfDoc) Then
			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfDoc)
		End If
End Sub

Private Sub btnOpen_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	Dim dialog As New OpenFileDialog()
	dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf"
	Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
	If result = DialogResult.OK Then
		Try
			Dim pdfFile As String = dialog.FileName
		Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile)
		Catch exe As Exception
			MessageBox.Show(exe.Message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.[Error])

		End Try
	End If
End Sub

Load the PDF document and use the "this.pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveAsImage(currentPage - 1)" to save the current PDF page as image.

[C#]
private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(object sender, EventArgs args)
{
            this.comBoxFrom.Items.Clear();
            this.comboxTo.Items.Clear();

            int totalPage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount;
            for (int i = 1; i <= totalPage; i++)
            {
                this.comBoxFrom.Items.Add(i.ToString());
                this.comboxTo.Items.Add(i.ToString());


            }
            this.comBoxFrom.SelectedIndex = 0;
            this.comboxTo.SelectedIndex = 0;

 }
private void btnExport_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
 {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                SaveFileDialog dialog = new SaveFileDialog();
                dialog.Filter = "JPG Format(*.jpg)|*.jpg|BMP Format(*.bmp)|*.bmp|PNG Format(*.png)|*.png|GIF Format(*.gif)|*.gif";
                DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
                string fileName = dialog.FileName;
                if (result == DialogResult.OK)
                {

                    int currentPage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber;
                    Bitmap image = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveAsImage(currentPage - 1);
                    image.Save(fileName);
                    MessageBox.Show("You have exported current page to an image:\n" + fileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);


                    Dictionary dictionaryImages = new Dictionary();
                    dictionaryImages.Add(fileName, image);

                    this._formImages = new FormImages();
                    this._formImages.DictionaryImages = dictionaryImages;
                    this._formImages.Show();

                  }
              }
  }
[VB.NET]
Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
	Me.comBoxFrom.Items.Clear()
	Me.comboxTo.Items.Clear()
	Dim totalPage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount
	For i As Integer = 1 To totalPage
		Me.comBoxFrom.Items.Add(i.ToString())
		Me.comboxTo.Items.Add(i.ToString())
	Next
	Me.comBoxFrom.SelectedIndex = 0
	Me.comboxTo.SelectedIndex = 0
End Sub
Private Sub btnExport_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
		Dim dialog As New SaveFileDialog()
		dialog.Filter = "JPG Format(*.jpg)|*.jpg|BMP Format(*.bmp)|*.bmp|PNG Format(*.png)|*.png|GIF Format(*.gif)|*.gif"
		Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
		Dim fileName As String = dialog.FileName
		If result = DialogResult.OK Then
			Dim currentPage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber
			Dim image As Bitmap = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveAsImage(currentPage - 1)
			image.Save(fileName)
			MessageBox.Show("You have exported current page to an image:" & vbLf & fileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information)
			Dim dictionaryImages As New Dictionary(Of String, Image)()
			dictionaryImages.Add(fileName, image)
			Me._formImages = New FormImages()
			Me._formImages.DictionaryImages = dictionaryImages
			Me._formImages.Show()
		End If
	End If
End Sub

Save multiple pages as images by selecting the PDF export range from the start page to the end page. And use the "this.pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveAsImage(fromPage, toPage)" method to save the images.

[C#]
private void btnMultiExport_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount <= 0)
            {
                return;
            }

            int fromPage = this.comBoxFrom.SelectedIndex;
            int toPage = this.comboxTo.SelectedIndex;
            if (fromPage > toPage)
            {
                MessageBox.Show("End page number must be not less than started page number!", "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Warning);
                return;
            }
            else
            {
                FolderBrowserDialog dialog = new FolderBrowserDialog();


                DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
                if (result == DialogResult.OK)
                {

                    string path = dialog.SelectedPath;
                    Bitmap[] images = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveAsImage(fromPage, toPage);
                    Dictionary dictionaryImages = new Dictionary();
                    for (int i = 0; i < images.Length; i++)
                    {
                        string name = "image" + (i + 1 + fromPage).ToString() + ".bmp";
                        string fileName = path + "\\" + name;
                        images[i].Save(fileName);
                        dictionaryImages.Add(fileName, images[i]);

                    }
                    string message = "You have exported " + (fromPage + 1).ToString() + "-" + (toPage + 1).ToString() + " pages as images to:\n"
                       + path;
                    MessageBox.Show(message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);

                    this._formImages = new FormImages();
                    this._formImages.DictionaryImages = dictionaryImages;
                    this._formImages.Show();

                }
            }
   }
[VB.net]
Private Sub btnMultiExport_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount <= 0 Then
			Return
		End If

		Dim fromPage As Integer = Me.comBoxFrom.SelectedIndex
		Dim toPage As Integer = Me.comboxTo.SelectedIndex
		If fromPage > toPage Then
			MessageBox.Show("End page number must be not less than started page number!", "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Warning)
			Return
		Else
			Dim dialog As New FolderBrowserDialog()
			Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
			If result = DialogResult.OK Then
				Dim path As String = dialog.SelectedPath
				Dim images As Bitmap() = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveAsImage(fromPage, toPage)
				Dim dictionaryImages As Dictionary(Of [String], Image) = New Dictionary(Of String, Image)()
				For i As Integer = 0 To images.Length - 1
					Dim name As String = "image" & (i + 1 + fromPage).ToString() & ".bmp"
					Dim fileName As String = path & "\" & name
					images(i).Save(fileName)
					dictionaryImages.Add(fileName, images(i))
				Next
				Dim message As String = "You have exported " & (fromPage + 1).ToString() & "-" & (toPage + 1).ToString() & " pages as images to:" & vbLf & path
				MessageBox.Show(message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information)
				Me._formImages = New FormImages()
				Me._formImages.DictionaryImages = dictionaryImages
				Me._formImages.Show()
			End If
		End If
	End Sub

Display the images in the second Form: FormImages.

[C#]
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Drawing;
using System.IO;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using Spire.PdfViewer.Forms;

namespace  pdf2images1
{
    public partial class FormImages : Form
    {

        private Dictionary _dictionaryImags;

        public Dictionary DictionaryImages
        {
            get { return this._dictionaryImags; }
            set
            {
                this._dictionaryImags = value;
                this.ViewImages();
            }
        }
        public FormImages()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
        }

        public void ViewImages()
        {
            if (this.DictionaryImages != null && this.DictionaryImages.Count > 0)
            {
                this.panelImages1.Controls.Clear();
                String image_name = "";
                int panelHeight = 0;
                int panelWidth = 0;

                foreach (KeyValuePair pair in this.DictionaryImages)
                {
                    image_name = pair.Key;

                    Panel panelImage = new Panel();
                    panelImage.AutoSize = true;


                    PictureBox ptrBox = new PictureBox();
                    ptrBox.Height = 150;
                    ptrBox.Width = 200;

                    ptrBox.SizeMode = PictureBoxSizeMode.Zoom;

                    ptrBox.Image = pair.Value;
                    ptrBox.Cursor = Cursors.Hand;

                    panelImage.Controls.Add(ptrBox);

                    LinkLabel lbl = new LinkLabel();
                    String imageName = Path.GetFileName(pair.Key);
                    lbl.Text = imageName;
                    int x = (Int32)(ptrBox.Width / 2 - lbl.Width / 2);
                    int y = ptrBox.Height;
                    lbl.Left = x;
                    lbl.Top = y;
                    panelImage.Controls.Add(lbl);

                    this.panelImages1.Controls.Add(panelImage);

                    this.SetClickEventHandler(ptrBox, lbl, image_name);
                    panelHeight = panelImage.Height;
                    panelWidth = panelImage.Width;

                }
                int nimages = this._dictionaryImags.Count;
                if (nimages >= 4)
                {

                    int n = (Int32)Math.Ceiling(Math.Sqrt(nimages));

                    this.Width = panelWidth * n + 20 * (n - 1) + 40;
                    this.Height = panelHeight * n + 20 * (n - 1) + 40;
                }
            }
        }
        private void SetClickEventHandler(PictureBox ptrBox, LinkLabel lbl, string imageName)
        {
            ptrBox.Click += new EventHandler(delegate(Object sender, EventArgs args)
            {
                System.Diagnostics.Process process = new System.Diagnostics.Process();
                System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo info = new System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(imageName);
                process.StartInfo = info;
                process.Start();
            });

            lbl.Click += new EventHandler(delegate(Object sender, EventArgs args)
            {
                System.Diagnostics.Process process = new System.Diagnostics.Process();
                System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo info = new System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(imageName);
                process.StartInfo = info;
                process.Start();
            });

        }
    }
}
[VB.NET]
Imports System.Collections.Generic
Imports System.Drawing
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Windows.Forms

Namespace pdf2images1
	Public Partial Class FormImages
		Inherits Form
		Private _dictionaryImags As Dictionary(Of [String], Image)
		Public Property DictionaryImages() As Dictionary(Of [String], Image)
			Get
				Return Me._dictionaryImags
			End Get
			Set
				Me._dictionaryImags = value
				Me.ViewImages()
			End Set
		End Property
		Public Sub New()
			InitializeComponent()
		End Sub

		Public Sub ViewImages()
			If Me.DictionaryImages IsNot Nothing AndAlso Me.DictionaryImages.Count > 0 Then
				Me.panelImages1.Controls.Clear()
				Dim image_name As [String] = ""
				Dim panelHeight As Integer = 0
				Dim panelWidth As Integer = 0

				For Each pair As KeyValuePair(Of [String], Image) In Me.DictionaryImages
					image_name = pair.Key

					Dim panelImage As New Panel()
					panelImage.AutoSize = True


					Dim ptrBox As New PictureBox()
					ptrBox.Height = 150
					ptrBox.Width = 200

					ptrBox.SizeMode = PictureBoxSizeMode.Zoom

					ptrBox.Image = pair.Value
					ptrBox.Cursor = Cursors.Hand

					panelImage.Controls.Add(ptrBox)

					Dim lbl As New LinkLabel()
					Dim imageName As [String] = Path.GetFileName(pair.Key)
					lbl.Text = imageName
					Dim x As Integer = CType(ptrBox.Width \ 2 - lbl.Width \ 2, Int32)
					Dim y As Integer = ptrBox.Height
					lbl.Left = x
					lbl.Top = y
					panelImage.Controls.Add(lbl)

					Me.panelImages1.Controls.Add(panelImage)

					Me.SetClickEventHandler(ptrBox, lbl, image_name)
					panelHeight = panelImage.Height

					panelWidth = panelImage.Width
				Next
				Dim nimages As Integer = Me._dictionaryImags.Count
				If nimages >= 4 Then

					Dim n As Integer = CType(Math.Truncate(Math.Ceiling(Math.Sqrt(nimages))), Int32)

					Me.Width = panelWidth * n + 20 * (n - 1) + 40
					Me.Height = panelHeight * n + 20 * (n - 1) + 40
				End If
			End If
		End Sub
		Private Sub SetClickEventHandler(ptrBox As PictureBox, lbl As LinkLabel, imageName As String)
			AddHandler ptrBox.Click, New EventHandler(Function(sender As [Object], args As EventArgs) Do
				Dim process As New System.Diagnostics.Process()
				Dim info As New System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(imageName)
				process.StartInfo = info
				process.Start()
			End Function)

			AddHandler lbl.Click, New EventHandler(Function(sender As [Object], args As EventArgs) Do
				Dim process As New System.Diagnostics.Process()
				Dim info As New System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo(imageName)
				process.StartInfo = info
				process.Start()
			End Function)
		End Sub
	End Class
End Namespace

Step 4: Debug the project

Click the Debug or Press F5 to launch the project. You can preview as below.

Export Page 4-7

Display Image 4-7

Export PDF to Image Solution 2

This method is much simple and it needs a Form generated dynamically. Two buttons are provided. One is for exporting the current PDF page, the other is for exporting multiple pages. The difference between the first method and the second lies in you can choose any export range in the first method. For example, you can choose page 4-7 to save as images, but when you use method two, you have to save all the pages from 1-7 since it only support to save page from 1 to current page as images. Please look at the procedure.

Step 1: Create a new project

  • Create a new project in Console Application.
  • Set the target Framework to be .NET Framework 2 or above.
  • Add System. Drawing and Spire.PdfViewer.Forms. dll as references and add the below namespaces at the top of the method.
[C#]
using System;
using System.Drawing;
using System.IO;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using Spire.PdfViewer.Forms;
[VB.NET]
Imports System.Drawing
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Windows.Forms
Imports Spire.PdfViewer.Forms

Step 2: Export PDF file pages to images

Load a PDF file from system

[C#]
viewer = new PdfDocumentViewer();
viewer.LoadFromFile(@"D:\michelle\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\PDFViewer.pdf");
[VB.NET]
viewer = New PdfDocumentViewer()
viewer.LoadFromFile("D:\michelle\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\PDFViewer.pdf")

Create a new Form and design it. Except setting the properties of this Form, two buttons are added also. One is for exporting one page, and the other multiple pages.

[C#]
            //form and child components
            Form mainForm = new Form();
            mainForm.Text = "Spire.PdfView Demo - Export";
            mainForm.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(800, 600);
            mainForm.StartPosition = FormStartPosition.CenterScreen;

            TableLayoutPanel table = new TableLayoutPanel();
            table.ColumnCount = 3;
            table.ColumnStyles.Add(new ColumnStyle(SizeType.Percent, 50));
            table.ColumnStyles.Add(new ColumnStyle(SizeType.Absolute, 20));
            table.ColumnStyles.Add(new ColumnStyle(SizeType.Percent, 50));
            table.RowCount = 2;
            table.RowStyles.Add(new RowStyle(SizeType.Percent, 100));
            table.RowStyles.Add(new RowStyle(SizeType.Absolute, 30));

            table.Controls.Add(viewer, 0, 0);
            table.SetColumnSpan(viewer, 3);
            viewer.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;

            //Export current page to one image
            Button button = new Button();
            button.Text = "Export to one image";
            button.Size = new Size(180, 24);
            button.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleCenter;
            table.Controls.Add(button, 0, 1);
            button.Dock = DockStyle.Right;
            button.Click += ExportToOneImage;

            //Export current pdf document to multiple images
            button = new Button();
            button.Text = "Export to multiple images";
            button.Size = new Size(180, 24);
            button.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleCenter;
            table.Controls.Add(button, 2, 1);
            button.Dock = DockStyle.Left;
            button.Click += ExportToMultipleImages;

            mainForm.Controls.Add(table);
            table.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;

            Application.Run(mainForm);
[VB.NET]
	'form and child components
	Dim mainForm As New Form()
	mainForm.Text = "Spire.PdfView Demo - Export"
	mainForm.Size = New System.Drawing.Size(800, 600)
	mainForm.StartPosition = FormStartPosition.CenterScreen

	Dim table As New TableLayoutPanel()
	table.ColumnCount = 3
	table.ColumnStyles.Add(New ColumnStyle(SizeType.Percent, 50))
	table.ColumnStyles.Add(New ColumnStyle(SizeType.Absolute, 20))
	table.ColumnStyles.Add(New ColumnStyle(SizeType.Percent, 50))
	table.RowCount = 2
	table.RowStyles.Add(New RowStyle(SizeType.Percent, 100))
	table.RowStyles.Add(New RowStyle(SizeType.Absolute, 30))

	table.Controls.Add(viewer, 0, 0)
	table.SetColumnSpan(viewer, 3)
	viewer.Dock = DockStyle.Fill

	'Export current page to one image
	Dim button As New Button()
	button.Text = "Export to one image"
	button.Size = New Size(180, 24)
	button.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleCenter
	table.Controls.Add(button, 0, 1)
	button.Dock = DockStyle.Right
	AddHandler button.Click, AddressOf ExportToOneImage

	'Export current pdf document to multiple images
	button = New Button()
	button.Text = "Export to multiple images"
	button.Size = New Size(180, 24)
	button.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleCenter
	table.Controls.Add(button, 2, 1)
	button.Dock = DockStyle.Left
	AddHandler button.Click, AddressOf ExportToMultipleImages

	mainForm.Controls.Add(table)
	table.Dock = DockStyle.Fill

	Application.Run(mainForm)

Save the current PDF page as one image.

[C#]
private static void ExportToOneImage(object sender, EventArgs e)
      {
         if (viewer.PageCount > 0)
          {
                SaveFileDialog dialog = new SaveFileDialog();
                dialog.Filter = "PNG Format(*.png)|*.png";
                if (dialog.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
                {
                    int currentPage = viewer.CurrentPageNumber;
                    Bitmap image = viewer.SaveAsImage(currentPage - 1);
                    image.Save(dialog.FileName);
                    MessageBox.Show("You have exported current page to an image:\n" + dialog.FileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);
                }
            }
        }
[VB.NET]
Private Shared Sub ExportToOneImage(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	If viewer.PageCount > 0 Then
		Dim dialog As New SaveFileDialog()
		dialog.Filter = "PNG Format(*.png)|*.png"
		If dialog.ShowDialog() = DialogResult.OK Then
			Dim currentPage As Integer = viewer.CurrentPageNumber
			Dim image As Bitmap = viewer.SaveAsImage(currentPage - 1)
			image.Save(dialog.FileName)
			MessageBox.Show("You have exported current page to an image:" & vbLf & dialog.FileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information)
		End If
	End If
End Sub

Save multiple PDF pages to images.

[C#]
private static void ExportToMultipleImages(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (viewer.PageCount > 0)
            {
                FolderBrowserDialog dialog = new FolderBrowserDialog();
                if (dialog.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
                {
                    int currentPage = viewer.CurrentPageNumber;
                    Bitmap[] images = viewer.SaveAsImage(0, currentPage - 1);
                    for (int i = 0; i < images.Length; i++)
                    {
                        String fileName = Path.Combine(dialog.SelectedPath, String.Format("PDFViewer-{0}.png", i));
                        images[i].Save(fileName);
                    }
                    string message = "You have exported 1" + "-" + currentPage.ToString() + " pages as images to:\n" + dialog.SelectedPath;
                    MessageBox.Show(message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);
                }
            }
        }
[VB.NET]
Private Shared Sub ExportToMultipleImages(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	If viewer.PageCount > 0 Then
		Dim dialog As New FolderBrowserDialog()
		If dialog.ShowDialog() = DialogResult.OK Then
			Dim currentPage As Integer = viewer.CurrentPageNumber
			Dim images As Bitmap() = viewer.SaveAsImage(0, currentPage - 1)
			For i As Integer = 0 To images.Length - 1
				Dim fileName As [String] = Path.Combine(dialog.SelectedPath, [String].Format("PDFViewer-{0}.png", i))
				images(i).Save(fileName)
			Next
			Dim message As String = "You have exported 1" & "-" & currentPage.ToString() & " pages as images to:" & vbLf & dialog.SelectedPath
			MessageBox.Show(message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information)
		End If
	End If
End Sub

Step 3: Debug the project

Press F5 or click Debug to launch the project. Then, preview the effect.

Form

Export Multiple PDF Pages

Obviously, the second method is easier than the first one. But if you have a PDF document with hundreds of pages, solution 1 can exporting the specified pages in a fast speed and, to a large extent, it escapes the trouble of saving numerous PDF pages as images. While, for some PDF file with a few pages, solution 2 is more convenient.

Spire.PDFViewer is a powerful PDF Viewer component performed on .NET and WPF. It enables developers to load PDF document from stream, file and byte array. Also it is available on viewing PDF/A-1B, PDF/X1A and enables to open and read encrypted PDF files Click to know more

As its read only characteristic, PDF enjoys great popularity among business field. Especially, when sign contracts or send invoices, almost all the business contacts and invoices must be printed. Thus, printing PDF document pages becomes an unavoidable process, which requires a well knowledge of print PDF document in a quick way.

This program guide aims at introducing a method to print PDF document via PDF Viewer component Spire.PDFViewer with C#, VB.NET.

This method enables you not only to print PDF document pages but also to open any PDF document on system via Spire.PDFViewer. That is to say, one method can open and print many PDF files. Please look at the procedure below.

Step 1: Create a new project

  • Create a new project in Visual Studio. Please note that this project needs a Form
  • Set the Target framework of this project to be .NET Framework 2 or above in Properties

Step 2: Add reference and Set up the Form

  • Add Spire.PDFViewer Form Dll as reference from your downloaded Spire.PDFViewer.
  • Add a toolScript and pdfDocumentViewer in the default Form "Form1".
  • Add two buttons and a ComboBox in Form1 from toolScript dropdown list.
  • Set the "Name", "Display Style", "Text" and "ToolTipText" of button1 in Properties to be "btnOpen", "Text", "Open" and "Open PDF document" and button2 to be "btnPrint", "Text", "Print" and "Print PDF document".
  • Set the Dock property of pdfDocumentViewer in order to view PDF file page in enough space.

Step 3: Print PDF Document Pages via PDF Viewer

Add below namespaces at the top of the method.

[C#]
using System.IO;
using Spire.PdfViewer.Forms;
[VB.NET]
Imports System.IO
Imports Spire.PdfViewer.Forms

Load a PDF document from system

[C#]
        private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            string pdfDoc = @"D:\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\Spire.Office.pdf";
            if (File.Exists(pdfDoc))
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfDoc);
            }

        }
[VB.NET]
	Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	   Dim pdfDoc As String = "D:\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\Spire.Office.pdf"
	        If File.Exists(pdfDoc) Then
	            Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfDoc)
	        End If

	End Sub

Open the PDF document

[C#]
        private void btnOpen_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            OpenFileDialog dialog = new OpenFileDialog();
            dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf";
            DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
            if (result == DialogResult.OK)
            {

                string pdfFile = dialog.FileName;
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile);
            }
        }
[VB.NET]
	Private Sub btnOpen_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		Dim dialog As New OpenFileDialog()
		dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf"
		Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
	         If result = DialogResult.OK Then

		Dim pdfFile As String = dialog.FileName
		Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile)
		End If
	End Sub

Print PDF document pages via PDF Viewer

[C#]
        private void btnPrint_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.Print();
            }
        }


        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            this.comBoxPages.Items.Clear();
            int totalPage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount;

            for (int i = 1; i <= totalPage; i++)
            {
                this.comBoxPages.Items.Add(i.ToString());
            }

            this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = 0;
        }

        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PageNumberChanged(object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            if (this.comBoxPages.Items.Count <= 0)
                return;
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber != this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1)
            {
                this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber - 1;
            }
        }

        private void comBoxPages_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            int soucePage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber;
            int targetPage = this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1;
            if (soucePage != targetPage)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.GoToPage(targetPage);
            }
        }
[VB.NET]
	Private Sub btnPrint_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.Print()
		End If
	End Sub


	Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
	         Me.comBoxPages.Items.Clear()
		Dim totalPage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount

		For i As Integer = 1 To totalPage
			Me.comBoxPages.Items.Add(i.ToString())
		Next

		Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = 0
		End Sub

	Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PageNumberChanged(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
		If Me.comBoxPages.Items.Count <= 0 Then
			Return
		End If
		If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber <> Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1 Then
			Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber - 1
		End If
	End Sub

	Private Sub comBoxPages_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		Dim soucePage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber
		Dim targetPage As Integer = Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1
		If soucePage <> targetPage Then
			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.GoToPage(targetPage)
		End If
	End Sub

Step 4: Press F5 or debug the project

After debugging, you can preview the effect.

The First Page

The Fourth Page

When you click the "Open" button, there will be a dialog box appears and then you can open another PDF document from system. Also, you can select any page in the dropdown list of the ComboBox and click "Print" button to print it.

Zoom function in PDF file can help people change the text size of PDF document page according to their view preference or need. When you want to increase the percentage of the PDF file text, you can click the button of Zoom Out or choose the percentage number directly as well as scroll down your mouse. And also if you want to zoom back to the original text size, you can click the Actual Size button. Actually, you can completely control the text percentage of the PDF document, which is much more convenient than the zoom of Excel and Word files. Now it is time to learn how to zoom PDF file via PDF Viewer with C#, VB.NET.

In this article, I will introduce seven kinds of zoom to control PDF file text size by using a Spire.PDFViewer. Spire.PDFViewer does NOT require Adobe Reader or any other 3rd party software/library installed on system. You can have a Freely Trial of Spire.PDFViewer. The whole procedure can be finished by below steps.

Step 1: Create a new project

  • Create a new project in Windows Forms Application.
  • Set the Target Framework to be .NET Framework 2 or above in Properties.
  • Add a toolScript and pdfDocumentViewer in Form1 from Toolbox. Then, add seven buttons, two ComboBoxes and a label from the toolScript dropdown list in Form1.
  • Set the Properties of the tools respectively. Such as the "Name", "Display Style", "Text" and "ToolTipText" of buttons, ComboBoxes and label. You can set the Dock property of pdfDocumentViewer in its Properties in order to view the PDF in enough space.

Step 2: Methods to zoom PDF file via Spire.PDFViewer

  • Add Spire. PDFViewer.Forms dll as reference.
  • Add below namespace at the top of the method.
[C#]
using System.IO;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using Spire.PdfViewer.Forms;
[Visual Basic]
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Windows.Forms
Imports Spire.PdfViewer.Forms

Zoom PDF file. In this step, I have seven kinds of zoom functions to control the PDF text size. They are:

  • Zoom: Manually choose the percentage.
  • Zoom Out: Decrease the PDF text size.
  • Zoom In: Increase the PDF text size.
  • Zoom Dynamic: Scroll down/up the mouse directly to change the text size. A second click can cancel zoom dynamic.
  • Actual Size: When you click it, the document text changes to the original size.
  • Fit Page: Fit Page controls the PDF page not going across the PDF page height and margin.
  • Fit Width: When you click the Fit Width button, the margin of PDF document disappears and you only see the PDF text content.

Main Code:

[C#]
namespace pdfzoom
{
    public partial class Form1 : Form
    {
        public Form1()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
        }

        //private bool _isZoomout = true;

        private int _zoom = 100;
        private bool _isZoomDynamic = false;

        private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            string pdfDoc = @"D:\michelle\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\PDFViewer.pdf";
            if (File.Exists(pdfDoc))
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfDoc);
            }

            //add zoom values to combox
            int[] intZooms = new Int32[] { 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1000 };
            foreach (int zoom in intZooms)
            {
                this.comBoxZoom.Items.Add(zoom.ToString());
            }
            this.comBoxZoom.SelectedIndex = 3;

            //pdfDocumentViewer mouseWheel event

            this.pdfDocumentViewer1.MouseWheel += new MouseEventHandler(this.pdfDocumentViewer1_MouseWheel);
            this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LostFocus += new EventHandler(this.pdfDocumentViewer_LostFocus);

        }
        private void pdfDocumentViewer_LostFocus(Object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            this._isZoomDynamic = false;
            this._zoom = 100;
        }

        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_MouseWheel(Object sender, MouseEventArgs args)
        {
            if (this._isZoomDynamic)
            {
                int wheelValue = (Int32)args.Delta / 24;


                this._zoom += wheelValue;

                if (this._zoom < 0)
                    this._zoom = 0;
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(this._zoom);
            }

        }

        private void btnOPen_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            OpenFileDialog dialog = new OpenFileDialog();
            dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf";

            DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
            if (result == DialogResult.OK)
            {
                try
                {
                    string pdfFile = dialog.FileName;
                    this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile);

                }
                catch (Exception exe)
                {
                    MessageBox.Show(exe.Message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Error);
                }

            }
        }

        private void comBoxZoom_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                int zoomValue = Int32.Parse(this.comBoxZoom.SelectedItem.ToString());
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(zoomValue);
            }
        }

        private void btnZoomOut_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                int delta = 10;
                this._zoom += delta;
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(this._zoom);
            }
        }

        private void btnZoonIn_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                int delta = 5;
                this._zoom -= delta;
                if (this._zoom < 0)
                    this._zoom = 0;
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(this._zoom);
            }
        }

        private void btnActural_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            this._zoom = 100;
            this._isZoomDynamic = false;
            this.btnDynamic.Text = "Zoom Dynamic";
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(100);
                this.comBoxZoom.SelectedIndex = 3;
            }
        }

        private void btnFitPage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(ZoomMode.FitPage);
            }
        }

        private void btnFitWidth_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(ZoomMode.FitWidth);
            }
        }

        private void btnDynamic_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            this._isZoomDynamic = !this._isZoomDynamic;
            if (this._isZoomDynamic)
            {

                this.btnDynamic.Text = "Cancel dynamic zoom";
                this.btnDynamic.ToolTipText = "Cancel dynamic zoom";
            }

            else
            {
                this.btnDynamic.Text = "Zoom dynamic";
                this.btnDynamic.ToolTipText = "Zoom dynamic";
            }

        }

        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            this.btnDynamic.Enabled = true;
            this.comBoxPages.Items.Clear();
            int totalPage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount;

            for (int i = 1; i <= totalPage; i++)
            {
                this.comBoxPages.Items.Add(i.ToString());
            }

            this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = 0;
        }

        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PageNumberChanged(object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            if (this.comBoxPages.Items.Count <= 0)
                return;
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber != this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1)
            {
                this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber - 1;
            }
        }

        private void comBoxPages_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            int soucePage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber;
            int targetPage = this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1;
            if (soucePage != targetPage)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.GoToPage(targetPage);
            }
        }

        private void comBoxPages_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {

        }

    }
}
[VB.NET]
Namespace pdfzoom
	Public Partial Class Form1
		Inherits Form
		Public Sub New()
			InitializeComponent()
		End Sub

		'private bool _isZoomout = true;

		Private _zoom As Integer = 100
		Private _isZoomDynamic As Boolean = False

		Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			Dim pdfDoc As String = "D:\michelle\e-iceblue\Spire.PDFViewer\Demos\Data\PDFViewer.pdf"
			If File.Exists(pdfDoc) Then
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfDoc)
			End If

			'add zoom values to combox
			Dim intZooms As Integer() = New Int32() {25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, _
				200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, _
				800, 900, 1000}
			For Each zoom As Integer In intZooms
				Me.comBoxZoom.Items.Add(zoom.ToString())
			Next
			Me.comBoxZoom.SelectedIndex = 3

			'pdfDocumentViewer mouseWheel event

			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.MouseWheel += New MouseEventHandler(AddressOf Me.pdfDocumentViewer1_MouseWheel)
			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LostFocus += New EventHandler(AddressOf Me.pdfDocumentViewer_LostFocus)

		End Sub
		Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer_LostFocus(sender As [Object], args As EventArgs)
			Me._isZoomDynamic = False
			Me._zoom = 100
		End Sub

		Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_MouseWheel(sender As [Object], args As MouseEventArgs)
			If Me._isZoomDynamic Then
				Dim wheelValue As Integer = DirectCast(args.Delta, Int32) / 24


				Me._zoom += wheelValue

				If Me._zoom < 0 Then
					Me._zoom = 0
				End If
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(Me._zoom)
			End If

		End Sub

		Private Sub btnOPen_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			Dim dialog As New OpenFileDialog()
			dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf"

			Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
			If result = DialogResult.OK Then
				Try
					Dim pdfFile As String = dialog.FileName

					Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile)
				Catch exe As Exception
					MessageBox.Show(exe.Message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.[Error])

				End Try
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub comBoxZoom_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
				Dim zoomValue As Integer = Int32.Parse(Me.comBoxZoom.SelectedItem.ToString())
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(zoomValue)
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub btnZoomOut_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
				Dim delta As Integer = 10
				Me._zoom += delta
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(Me._zoom)
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub btnZoonIn_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
				Dim delta As Integer = 5
				Me._zoom -= delta
				If Me._zoom < 0 Then
					Me._zoom = 0
				End If
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(Me._zoom)
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub btnActural_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			Me._zoom = 100
			Me._isZoomDynamic = False
			Me.btnDynamic.Text = "Zoom Dynamic"
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(100)
				Me.comBoxZoom.SelectedIndex = 3
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub btnFitPage_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(ZoomMode.FitPage)
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub btnFitWidth_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.ZoomTo(ZoomMode.FitWidth)
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub btnDynamic_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			Me._isZoomDynamic = Not Me._isZoomDynamic
			If Me._isZoomDynamic Then

				Me.btnDynamic.Text = "Cancel dynamic zoom"
				Me.btnDynamic.ToolTipText = "Cancel dynamic zoom"
			Else

				Me.btnDynamic.Text = "Zoom dynamic"
				Me.btnDynamic.ToolTipText = "Zoom dynamic"
			End If

		End Sub

		Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
			Me.btnDynamic.Enabled = True
			Me.comBoxPages.Items.Clear()
			Dim totalPage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount

			For i As Integer = 1 To totalPage
				Me.comBoxPages.Items.Add(i.ToString())
			Next

			Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = 0
		End Sub

		Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PageNumberChanged(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
			If Me.comBoxPages.Items.Count <= 0 Then
				Return
			End If
			If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber <> Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1 Then
				Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber - 1
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub comBoxPages_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
			Dim soucePage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber
			Dim targetPage As Integer = Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1
			If soucePage <> targetPage Then
				Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.GoToPage(targetPage)
			End If
		End Sub

		Private Sub comBoxPages_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)

		End Sub

	End Class
End Namespace

Note:

  • If you click the buttons and they cannot operate the zoom functions, please check the click event of each button.
  • When the ComboBox cannot show page number in the dropdown list, please check the SelectedIndexChanged event of it.

Preview:

Form 1

Room Percentage

Dynamic Zoom

Fit Width

As above picture, you can easily control the whole PDF document pages by the methods that I introduced by using Spire.PDF Viewer.

Spire.PDFViewer not only enables you to open a PDF document that you load from system in the code, but also allows you to open any other PDF file by clicking the Open button in Form1, and then, choose it from a dialog box. You also can choose which page you want to view or read in the dropdown list. Why not give it a try?

Why Save PDF File via PDF Viewer?

Both PDF and PDF Viewer can save a PDF file. The main difference is that people cannot view that PDF file when save a PDF document by PDF. While using PDF Viewer, you can save any PDF file from your system as well as open and view it in Windows Forms. Furthermore, tasks such as print, zoom, page, export PDF to images all can be realized by PDF Viewer. Thus, save a PDF file via Spire. PDFViewer is rather helpful and useful in people's daily work.

How to Save PDF file via Spire.PDFViewer with C#, VB.NET

Spire. PDFViewer for .NET, as a powerful PDF Viewer component, allows you to finish the whole PDF saving task quickly with the below procedure.

Step 1: Create a new project

  • Create a new project in Windows Forms Application.
  • Set the target Framework to in Properties of this project to be .NET Framework 2 or above.

Step 2: Add reference and Set up the Form

  • Add Spire.PDFViewer Forms dll as reference from Spire.PDFViewer
  • Add a toolScript and pdfDocumentViewer in the default Form” Form1”.
  • Add three buttons and a ComboBox in Form1 from toolScript dropdown list by right clicking it.
  • Set the properties of three buttons and ComboBox as picture below

Step 3: Save PDF file by PDF Viewer

Add below namespaces at the top of the method.

[C#]
using System.IO;
using Spire.PdfViewer.Forms;
[VB.NET]
Imports System.IO
Imports Spire.PdfViewer.Forms

Load a PDF file from system and open it. This step allows you to choose a PDF Document directly from system in a dialog box.

[C#]
        private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
        }
        private void BtnOpen_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            OpenFileDialog dialog = new OpenFileDialog();
            dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf";
            DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
            if (result == DialogResult.OK)
            {
                try
                {
                    string pdfFile = dialog.FileName;
                    this.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile);
                }
                catch (Exception exe)
                {
                    MessageBox.Show(exe.Message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Error);
                }

            }
        }
[VB.NET]
	Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	End Sub
	Private Sub BtnOpen_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		Dim dialog As New OpenFileDialog()
		dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf"
		Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
		If result = DialogResult.OK Then
			Try
				Dim pdfFile As String = dialog.FileName
			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.LoadFromFile(pdfFile)
			Catch exe As Exception
				MessageBox.Show(exe.Message, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.[Error])

			End Try
		End If
	End Sub

Save the PDF file. This step enables you not only to save the PDF file but also to view the PDF Document page by selecting the page number in ComboBox dropdown list. And the page number will automatically change to the page that you view when you scroll your mouse up and down.

[C#]
        private void BtnSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                SaveFileDialog dialog = new SaveFileDialog();
                dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf";
                DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
                string fileName = dialog.FileName;
                if (result == DialogResult.OK)
                {
                    pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveToFile(fileName);
                    MessageBox.Show("You have saved this PdfDocuemnt as:\n" + fileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);
                }
            }
        }
        private void BtnSaveStream_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0)
            {
                SaveFileDialog dialog = new SaveFileDialog();
                dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf";
                DialogResult result = dialog.ShowDialog();
                string fileName = dialog.FileName;
                if (result == DialogResult.OK)
                {
                    MemoryStream stream = new MemoryStream();
                    pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveToFile(stream);
                    byte[] fileBytes = stream.ToArray();
                    FileStream fileStream = new FileStream(fileName, FileMode.Create, FileAccess.ReadWrite);
                    fileStream.Write(fileBytes, 0, fileBytes.Length);
                    fileStream.Flush();
                    fileStream.Close();
                    stream.Close();
                    MessageBox.Show("You have first saved this PDF docuemnt as memory stream,\nthen write the memory stream in a file :\n" + fileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);
                }
            }
        }
        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            this.comBoxPages.Items.Clear();
            int totalPage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount;
            for (int i = 1; i <= totalPage; i++)
            {
                this.comBoxPages.Items.Add(i.ToString());
            }
            this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = 0;
        }
        private void pdfDocumentViewer1_PageNumberChanged(object sender, EventArgs args)
        {
            if (this.comBoxPages.Items.Count <= 0)
                return;
            if (this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber != this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1)
            {
                this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber - 1;
            }
        }
        private void comBoxPages_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            int soucePage = this.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber;
            int targetPage = this.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1;
            if (soucePage != targetPage)
            {
                this.pdfDocumentViewer1.GoToPage(targetPage);
            }
        }
[VB.NET]
	Private Sub BtnSave_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
			Dim dialog As New SaveFileDialog()
			dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf"
			Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
			Dim fileName As String = dialog.FileName
			If result = DialogResult.OK Then
				pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveToFile(fileName)
				MessageBox.Show("You have saved this PdfDocuemnt as:" & vbLf & fileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information)
			End If
		End If
	End Sub

	Private Sub BtnSaveStream_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
		If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount > 0 Then
			Dim dialog As New SaveFileDialog()
			dialog.Filter = "PDF document (*.pdf)|*.pdf"
			Dim result As DialogResult = dialog.ShowDialog()
			Dim fileName As String = dialog.FileName
			If result = DialogResult.OK Then

				Dim stream As New MemoryStream()
				pdfDocumentViewer1.SaveToFile(stream)
				Dim fileBytes As Byte() = stream.ToArray()
				Dim fileStream As New FileStream(fileName, FileMode.Create, FileAccess.ReadWrite)
				fileStream.Write(fileBytes, 0, fileBytes.Length)
				fileStream.Flush()
				fileStream.Close()
				stream.Close()

				MessageBox.Show("You have first saved this PDF docuemnt as memory stream," & vbLf & "then write the memory stream in a file :" & vbLf & fileName, "Spire.PdfViewer Demo", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information)
			End If
		End If
	End Sub

	Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PdfLoaded(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
		Me.comBoxPages.Items.Clear()
		Dim totalPage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.PageCount
		For i As Integer = 1 To totalPage
			Me.comBoxPages.Items.Add(i.ToString())
		Next

		Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = 0
	End Sub
	Private Sub pdfDocumentViewer1_PageNumberChanged(sender As Object, args As EventArgs)
		If Me.comBoxPages.Items.Count <= 0 Then
			Return
		End If
		If Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber <> Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1 Then
			Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber - 1
		End If
	End Sub
	Private Sub comBoxPages_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
	        Dim soucePage As Integer = Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.CurrentPageNumber
	        Dim targetPage As Integer = Me.comBoxPages.SelectedIndex + 1
	        If soucePage <> targetPage Then
			Me.pdfDocumentViewer1.GoToPage(targetPage)
	        End If
	End Sub

Check the Events of your buttons, comBoBox and pdfDocumentViewer.

Step 4: Debug the project

After debugging, you can preview the effect.

Besides, if you need to perform other tasks such as export PDF pages to images of different popular formats, read encrypted PDF files, display PDF pages in various ways and so on, you still can realize them by using Spire.PDFViewer.

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