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PDFKit.AddImagePage

Adds a new page to PDF document with given image.

Component Version macOS Windows Linux Server iOS SDK
PDFKit 5.0 ✅ Yes ❌ No ❌ No ✅ Yes, on macOS ✅ Yes
MBS( "PDFKit.AddImagePage"; PDF; Image { ; Width; Height } )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example Flags
PDF A PDF reference number from PDFKit.Open. $ref
Image The image to use. Pass a container value with JPEG, TIFF, PNG or other image formats. $image
Width The width for the new PDF page. 600 Optional
Height The height of the new PDF page. 800 Optional

Result

Returns OK or error.

Description

Adds a new page to PDF document with given image.
If you need more control about details, you may want to check DynaPDF functions.
Please use PDFKit.AddImageFilePage to add image file on disk.

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.

Examples

Create PDF from images:

# Start new document
Set Variable [$doc; Value:MBS("PDFKit.NewPDFDocument")]
# Add image in full size as new page
Set Variable [$r; Value:MBS("PDFKit.AddImagePage"; $doc; test::image)]
# Add empty page in default size
Set Variable [$r; Value:MBS("PDFKit.AddEmptyPage"; $doc)]
# Add image in given size as new page:
Set Variable [$r; Value:MBS("PDFKit.AddImagePage"; $doc; test::image; 400; 300)]
# get PDF document and store in container:
Set Field [test::test; MBS("PDFKit.GetPDFDocument"; $doc)]
# release memory
Set Variable [$r; Value:MBS("PDFKit.Release"; $doc)]

See also

Release notes

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Created 16th February 2015, last changed 9th May 2017


PDFKit.AddImageFilePage - PDFKit.AppendPages

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