Forum: Ruby Add Text Replacements in PDF Files Using Java, .NET, Ruby & PHP

D40ce311dfd07cb5642aac5435c878ed?d=identicon&s=25 zarfishan zahid (zarfishan)
on 2013-03-26 07:52
Saaspose.PDF makes it easy for the developers to replace text on a
particular page or in entire PDF document.Previously,  we have explain
text replacement feature in detail and have also provided sample code
for replacing text in multiple programming languages such as Java, .NET,
Ruby and PHP. There are different types of text replacements in a PDF
file such as replacing text in PDF files using a regular expression,
replace text in a particular page, replace text in complete PDF
document.

Saaspose.PDF is a REST API that can be run on any platform to perform
multiple operations on a PDF file like you can create or edit PDF files
and you can also convert PDF file to different formats like DOC, HTML,
XPS, TIFF etc. You can also convert all of the elements of a PDF file
like text, images, annotations, bookmarks, signatures, stamps and
security features. Saaspose.PDF also offers many useful features such as
text replacement, image replacement,text extraction and conversion to
other file formats.

Saaspose has now added these examples in SDKs for replacing text in a
PDF file. These SDKs are available in java and PHP using which you can
replace text in the whole PDF document. Getting started with
Saaspose.Pdf is quite simple and quick, download the required SDKs and
start converting your PDF document or perform any other operation
mentioned above.
4f26b34a72729f9543ba84c398dba2c2?d=identicon&s=25 D. Deryl Downey (ddd)
on 2013-03-26 08:03
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>
> PDF file. These SDKs are available in java and PHP using which you can
> replace text in the whole PDF document. Getting started with
> Saaspose.Pdf is quite simple and quick, download the required SDKs and
> start converting your PDF document or perform any other operation
> mentioned above.
>

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D. Deryl Downey

  "The bug which you would fright me with I seek" - William Shakespeare
- The Winter's Tale, Act III, Scene II - A court of Justice.
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