Examples

Add Signature to PDF (.NET Core/Framework)

Adding Signature to PDF using DynamicPDF Generator is simple and easy.

How to add Signature to PDF in C#

Below are the steps and sample code to add Signature to PDF document using the Generator product.

Steps for Adding Signature to a PDF Document

  1. Create a Document object.
  2. Create as many Page object as needed.
  3. Create a Signature object and set the properties.
  4. Add Signature to the Page.
  5. Add Page to the Document.
  6. Save the PDF document.

Sample Code - C#

Document document = new Document();
Page page = new Page(PageSize.Letter);
            
Signature signature = new Signature("MySigField", 10, 10, 300, 100);
OpenTypeFont font  = new OpenTypeFont("fontname");
signature.Font = font;
signature.FullPanel.SetImage(@"C:\MyImage.gif");
signature.LeftPanel.TextColor = RgbColor.Red;  
            
page.Elements.Add(signature);
            
document.Draw(@"C:\Output.pdf");        

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NuGet Package

DynamicPDF Generator is available on NuGet and is part of the ceTe.DynamicPDF.CoreSuite.NET package. The Core Suite package includes Generator, Merger and ReportWriter.

NuGet Package ID: ceTe.DynamicPDF.CoreSuite.NET

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