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iTextSharp

5.5.6

iText is a PDF library that allows you to CREATE, ADAPT, INSPECT and MAINTAIN documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF):

- Generate documents and reports based on data from an XML file or a database

- Create maps and books, exploiting numerous interactive features available in PDF

- Add bookmarks, page numbers, watermarks, and other features to existing PDF documents

- Split or concatenate pages from existing PDF files

- Fill out interactive forms

- Serve dynamically generated or manipulated PDF documents to a web browser

iText is used by Java, .NET, Android and GAE developers to enhance their applications with PDF functionality.

iTextSharp is the .NET port.

Several iText engineers are actively supporting the project on StackOverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/itext

To install iTextSharp, run the following command in the Package Manager Console

PM> Install-Package iTextSharp

Owners

Authors

Bruno Lowagie, Paulo Soares

Copyright

Copyright (c) 1999-2014 by Bruno Lowagie and Paulo Soares. All Rights Reserved.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
iTextSharp 5.5.5 27803 Monday, February 16 2015
iTextSharp 5.5.4 24154 Tuesday, December 16 2014
iTextSharp 5.5.3 42618 Thursday, September 25 2014
iTextSharp 5.5.2 20776 Tuesday, July 29 2014
iTextSharp 5.5.1 26088 Tuesday, May 20 2014
iTextSharp 5.5.0 31755 Friday, February 14 2014
iTextSharp 5.4.5 33534 Friday, December 06 2013
iTextSharp 5.4.4 25997 Monday, September 16 2013
iTextSharp 5.4.3 9355 Thursday, August 01 2013
iTextSharp 5.4.2 9531 Tuesday, June 25 2013
iTextSharp 5.3.3 51073 Monday, October 08 2012
iTextSharp 5.3.2 2356 Saturday, September 15 2012
iTextSharp 5.2.0 15992 Thursday, March 08 2012
iTextSharp 5.1.3 8142 Thursday, December 15 2011
iTextSharp 5.1.1 6181 Wednesday, July 27 2011
iTextSharp 5.0.6 4282 Wednesday, February 23 2011
iTextSharp 5.0.5 2663 Wednesday, January 12 2011