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Thomas G2
28th October 2013, 11:58
This should go into the programming forum. Sorry for that.
Dear admin, would you like to change this? Thank you.
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Dear colleagues,
I try to fill out fields of PDF forms in code with Qt.

I did this before in a C# project with iTextSharp. Is there a way to do this same with Qt?
Thanks in advance.

Env: Win8.1, MS-VS2012, Qt5.1
Best regards,
Thomas

high_flyer
28th October 2013, 14:10
This has nothing to do with Qt.
If you have a library that offers that functionality you juts need to link to it and call the needed functions.
AFAIK Qt does not have that functionality built in. (Editing PDF)

balfour11
6th November 2013, 11:26
I really appreciate the kind of topics you post here.

rohitkk
22nd November 2013, 07:31
This has nothing to do with Qt.
If you have a library that offers that functionality you juts need to link to it and call the needed functions.
AFAIK Qt does not have that functionality built in. (Editing PDF)

Hi,
Can you please name one of them , as i've been searching the same for past few weeks but no inormation.

Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Rohit K

high_flyer
22nd November 2013, 15:35
Sure.
Here (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=pdf+library) you go.

nameispalmer
17th September 2018, 13:21
Sure.
Here (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=pdf+library) you go.

Rude. Nonetheless, I find all the modern PDF libraries like PoDoFo and Hummus to be quite inconvenient to use. Even filling the forms manually, with js tools like this one https://w9.pdffiller.com/ is more cosy workaround yet