Resaving Acrobat Forms in the Browser

With the removal of Acrobat Reader support in Chrome and other browsers, we have seen a big increase in the number of clients asking about this. What we do is convert the Acrobat Forms (FDF and XFA) to HTML5 forms (converting all the PDF form elements into HTML5 Form components). This works really well as…

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How to edit PDF files using Incremental Updates

Yesterday, Mark wrote about how wrong references tables can be. He’s also previously written about how to edit PDF files by adding a second reference table, and Daniel made a whole series on making your own PDF file. I thought it might be fun to put the theory into practise and edit Daniel’s Hello World PDF by…

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Draw Components in XFA

As I mentioned in my previous article ‘XFA components structure and finding x,y coordinates’ , XFA objects are categorized into dynamic form components and static draw components. In this article the discussion will be focusing on static draw components such as drawing texts and other shape components and locations. Usually the x.y coordinates of form components…

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