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Adds a new page to PDF document with given image file.

Component Version macOS Windows Linux Server iOS SDK
PDFKit 7.2 ✅ Yes ❌ No ❌ No ✅ Yes, on macOS ✅ Yes
MBS( "PDFKit.AddImageFilePage"; PDF; FilePath { ; Width; Height } )   More


Parameter Description Example Flags
PDF A PDF reference number from PDFKit.Open. $ref
FilePath The file path to the image file to use. "/Users/cs/Desktop/test.png"
Width The width for the new PDF page. 600 Optional
Height The height of the new PDF page. 800 Optional


Returns OK or error.


Adds a new page to PDF document with given image file.
If you need more control about details, you may want to check DynaPDF functions.

Your changes are only done in memory, so please remember to write modified pdf back to disk, e.g. by using PDFKit.WriteToPath. Or use PDFKit.GetPDFDocument to get a PDF for storing in a container.

This function requires a native path. Use Path.FileMakerPathToNativePath to convert a FileMaker path to a native path if required. If you like to have the user choose the path, you can use FileDialog functions.
For Server be aware that server has limited permissions and may not be able to access all files on a computer.


Create PDF from image file:

Set Variable [$ref; Value:MBS("PDFKit.NewPDFDocument")]
Set Variable [$r; Value:MBS("PDFKit.AddImageFilePage"; $ref; "/Users/cs/Desktop/test.jpg"; 640; 480)]
Set Variable [$r; Value:MBS("PDFKit.WriteToPath"; $ref; "/Users/cs/Desktop/test.pdf")]
Set Variable [$result; Value:MBS("PDFKit.Release"; $ref)]

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Created 9th May 2017, last changed 9th May 2017

PDFKit.AddEmptyPage - PDFKit.AddImagePage

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