|How to setup the new PDF rendering engine available in PDFView4NET 7?
|PDFView4NET 7 uses the new Quadrifoglio graphic engine for PDF rendering, we no longer use GDI+ because of its limitations.
The new Quadrifoglio.dll is located in Redist folder. There are specific versions for x86 and x64 platforms. The x86 and x64 folders must be copied in the same folder where your application executable and PDFView4NET dlls are located.
If you use the PDFRender4NET/PDFView4NET nuget packages then these folders will be setup automatically.
When you deploy your application you have to deploy the Quadrifoglio.dll along with the PDFRender4NET/PDFView4NET dlls.
|Can I create PDF files with PDFView4NET?
|PDFView4NET is designed for rendering and printing PDF files. Although the PDFView4NET viewer control
for Windows Forms can display, fill or annotate PDF files, and save the modified files, it cannot create a blank new PDF file.
You need to use PDF4NET if you want to create new PDF files from scratch.
|Can I use PDFView4NET in a Windows service?
|Yes, PDFView4NET rendering library can be used in a Windows service.
The PDFView4NET rendering library(o2s.components.pdfrender4net.dll) can be used to convert PDF files to images from a Windows service.
|Can I use PDFView4NET in a Web service?
|Yes, PDFView4NET rendering library can be used in a Web service.
The PDFView4NET rendering library(o2s.components.pdfrender4net.dll) can be used to convert PDF files to images
and return them as byte arrays.
|Can I print multiple PDF pages on a single paper page?
|Yes, PDFView4NET printing library includes support for printing multiple PDF pages on a single paper page (2-up, 4-up, n-up).