by Charles Giguere

PDFLib is a library for creating and manipulating PDF documents.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Charles Giguere

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PDFLib software is a powerful and intuitive tool for creating, editing and managing PDF documents. This comprehensive software solution provides an all-in-one platform for working with PDF documents, enabling users to quickly and easily create, edit, view, annotate, sign, secure, share, and print PDFs.

PDFLib is a great choice for anyone who needs to work with PDFs on a regular basis. It offers a wide range of features such as:


• Create PDFs from any Windows, Mac, or Linux application.
• Convert existing documents, images, and text files into PDFs.
• Create PDFs from webpages.
• Create PDFs from scanned images.
• Create fillable forms.
• Create portfolios.


• Edit existing PDFs.
• Extract and rearrange pages from PDFs.
• Split and merge PDFs.
• Insert and delete pages from PDFs.
• Add comments, annotations, and notes.
• Add headers, footers, and watermarks.
• Crop and resize pages.
• Add text and images to PDFs.
• Add hyperlinks and bookmarks.
• Search and replace text.
• Protect PDFs with passwords and digital signatures.


• View PDFs in a variety of modes.
• Zoom in and out.
• Access PDFs from anywhere with Cloud support.
• Preview PDFs before opening.
• Access PDFs quickly with thumbnails.
• Navigate PDFs quickly with bookmarks.
• Search PDFs quickly with the full-text search.


• Print PDFs quickly and easily.
• Print multiple copies of PDFs.
• Print PDFs to any size.
• Print PDFs with custom settings.
• Print PDFs to paper or a PDF file.
• Print PDFs with watermarks.


• Share PDFs securely with colleagues and clients.
• Share PDFs via email or cloud services.
• Share PDFs with a single click.
• Create secure PDFs with passwords and digital signatures.
• Automatically create shareable links when sending PDFs.

PDFLib is the perfect solution for anyone who needs to work with PDFs on a regular basis. With its powerful and intuitive features, it makes it easy to create, edit, view, annotate, sign, secure, share, and print PDFs. With PDFLib, you can quickly and easily create shareable PDFs that are secure and compliant with industry standards.
PDFlib requires a Windows or Unix-like environment such as Linux, macOS, or BSD. It supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, Linux, macOS and FreeBSD.

PDFlib requires the installation of a number of libraries, either commercially supported ones such as the Adobe Acrobat Reader, or open source libraries such as Ghostscript, OpenJPEG, and FreeType.

PDFlib also requires a version of the Perl programming language to be installed. Additionally, PDFlib can be used with a number of other programming languages, such as PHP, Java, and C#.
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PDFLib was a lifesaver for me when I needed to create professional PDF documents. It was very user-friendly and easy to navigate. It allowed me to customize my documents with a variety of settings and options. I was able to add text, images, and even multimedia elements. The output was excellent and the final product was polished and professional. I was also able to save the documents for future use. Overall, I found PDFLib to be an excellent tool for creating PDF documents.
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