Visual Basic .NET Tutorial 47 – iTextSharp : How to create PDF file in VB.NET

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A. Kürşat ÖZCAN says:

Thank you so much. This one was a great tutorial.

gvinodv says:

fantastic tutorial

Sridharan Neelakandan says:

thanks a ton.. really gave basic idea how to create pdf… 

you’re just owsme bro.. thanks again..!!!

James Lawrence says:

Kudos – Excellent presentation. Well thought out, and the addition of visual tracking the commentary is supurb

Yashovardhan Chaturvedi says:

Do you have any video where screen is visible.I find all of these out of focus

Meowing_Bird says:

Good tutorial, but you could have explained this in 3 minutes..

Dean Vidafar says:

Hate it when they make tutorials on shitty slow ass computers. My laptop is instantaneous

ProgrammingKnowledge says:
Brenditha Ochoa says:

hi you can  help me  print a Datagridview  in pdf  please!!

Ucant_Stop Me says:

bro how can i convert the receipt to pdf file?

Abdalla Nizar says:

Hi thanks for your nice tutorial, can I request for a tutorial for Splitting a PDF file based on Barcode recognition?

Me Nyuam Hmoob Toj Siab says:

Thanks ProgrammingKnowledge

Dojazdowka says:

What if I use ??
Imports System.Drawing

And it gives me error

‘Rectangle’ is ambiguous, imported from the namespaces or types ‘System.Drawing, iTextSharp.text’

Ok I have solved
When I user (Dim xxx As New Rectangle()) I have to use (Dim xxx As New System.Drawing.Rectangle())

Adrián Correa says:

Thank you so much. – Hyper-clear tutorial!

Leandro Galdino says:

good job!!!

Thomas Mebane says:

Can you do a video on how to use Visual Basic and iTextSharp to fill out a PDF with form fields?  I found a page online that has a write up on how to do it but I can’t seem to get it to work.  I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong or if it’s that the write up is using Visual Basic 2005 and I’m using 2010.

Daniel Gutierrez Montaño says:

Muchas gracias. !!!!

OUSSA Mohamed says:

thanks for the tutorial : this is the code :
Imports iTextSharp.text.pdf
Imports iTextSharp.text
Imports System.IO
‘—————————–

Private Sub Rapport_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Rapport.Click
Dim pdfDoc As New Document()
Dim pdfWrite As PdfWriter = PdfWriter.GetInstance(pdfDoc, New FileStream(“Rapport.pdf”, FileMode.Create))
pdfDoc.Open()
pdfDoc.Add(New Paragraph(” Salamo Alaykom”))
pdfDoc.NewPage()
pdfDoc.Add(New Paragraph(” Salamo Alaykom 2″))
pdfDoc.Close()
End Sub

TheMITBUSTER says:

Hi ProgrammingKnowlwdge, thank very much. I have a quastion:  i have a PDF file,  for example A3 paper size, and i want put inside it two Pdf in A4 paper size to create a printable newspaper .Where i find a document that explain how i can use all possible command inside the dll library itextsharp. Example to change paper size PDF file (A4-A3-Tabloyd etc). How can I change the coordinates of the images to move them in the paper?…there are manual for these libraries dll….thank very much 🙂

إلــى القمـــة - To the top says:

Thank you bro

Zz Lorreta says:

Try the vb.net add editable text box to pdf directly and easily with high quality on rasteredge page http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/vb-net-imaging/pdf-annotate-text/

Schröer Tech says:

Very helpful, thanks a lot.

ProgrammingKnowledge says:
Jon O'Neill says:

Are there any more recent examples of this? Surely it’s easier than this these days… All that extracting at the start should be managed within VB surely?

Samuel Claiborne says:

Thanks for this. Saved me a lot of time.

ProgrammingKnowledge says:

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