PDF Technologies Products
PDF Component Library
Current version 18.104.22.168
PDFTechLib is a full function class library developed with 100% Managed C# .NET code. You can use our PDF library to enhance your applications and deliver advanced PDF generation functionality. You can use it to build reports, generate response letters, build mail merge applications, fill server side forms, create invoices on the fly, embed barcodes and much more.
The Royalty-free licensing model allows you to freely distribute PDFTechLib with your work.
Download the PDFTechLib License Agreement
- .Net Framework 4.0 or higher
- Visual Studio 2010 or higher
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 10 with appropriate service packs or higher OS
- 32-Bit (x86) or 64-Bit (x64)
- 2 GB RAM or more
What do you get with the download?When you download and execute the setup program, a folder called "PDF Technologies" will be created on your desktop. This folder contains 3 projects and each project contains many samples to demonstrate the power of PDFTechLib. Use these sample projects to quickly get started with your own projects.
PDF Conversion to PDF/A tool is a special tool that will validate your existing PDF files and check for compliance with the PDF/A standard.
This tool is also capable of converting most of your PDF documents to become compliant with the PDF/A standard.
It will scan PDF documents and identify all conditions that prevent the document from being PDF/A compliant.
It will then attempt to remove all conditions that contribute to the problem.
It will perform all the required actions such as embedding fonts (where possible) etc. and attempt to save the PDF file as a PDF/A file.
If you would like to convert your existing PDF documents to the PDF/A standard, download this great tool today!
Free PDF Tools Developed using PDFTechLib PDF Library
You may download these tools and use them freely. Registered users of PDFTechLib may download the source code for these products. These professionally designed open source applications will help you quickly learn how to use PDFTechLib and start designing your own .NET applications that generate stylish PDF documents.