getAllChildren().get(0).getAllChildren(); StringBuffer stringBuffer = new StringBuffer(); for (PdfOutline bookmark: bookmarks) { showTitle(bookmark, stringBuffer); }. Tags: iText 7building blocksChapter 6tutorialactionsdestinationsBookmarks drawn by the PDF viewer that renders annotations on top of the existing content. Interactivity within PDF documents is enabled though Anchors (links) and Bookmarks. Following earlier articles in my iTextSharp series, this.

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If you want to keep the current x coordinate, the current y coordinate, or zoom factor, you can pass negative values or 0 for the corresponding parameter. Here you use a similar object to extract the bookmarks from an existing PDF: Defines the style of the title.

The page is displayed with its contents magnified just enough to fit this rectangle.

This number indicates the actual page, not the label you may have given the page. As you’re working with iTextSharp Cnot iText Javayou’ll want to look up the corresponding example in the list of examples ported to Cmore specifically BookmarkedTimeTable. We only see it when we open the bookmarks panel in our PDF viewer, and we can use it to easily navigate the document by collapsing items in a tree structure.

This is an alternative existiing using the Link object. Add target ; doc. This email is in use. These outlines are the parent of two kids:.


Itextshaarp your solution here.

The second parameter is the name we used when we added the paragraph “Table of Contents”. We learned how to create an outline tree, and we used the setDestination method to jump to a destination inside the document, the setAction method to trigger an action, and none of these to create an inert hierarchical entry in the outline tree.

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This was introduced in PDF 1. We expect it to be in the same directory as the file we refer from. Please start with the example from my book, and then change that example gradually until you break that code. The createNamed method accepts a PdfName as a parameter. Once again, we’ll use a renderer to make sure we link to the correct page. Sets the zoom factor based on the page size.

SetLocalGoto method accepts a string, which acts a a label for the target. The link jumps to another page in the document and shows this page in full. GetInstance pdfDoc, new System. We use two Link objects to achieve this in the RemoteGoto example. Saying “I am also looking for the same thing” in a comment, usually doesn’t result in an answer.

We use a DottedLine as the tab leader. We already saw a glimpse of the next chapter, when we changed the page mode to make sure the bookmarks panel was opened when opening the document.


Bookmark examples

The following URL opens the documentation about open actions on page 5 using a magnifying factor that ensures that the complete page fits within the viewer window:. We store the page number of the last page in the document at the moment we add the title. Itexgsharp what really makes a document interactive is annotations. A list with the Map s of the sublevel entries of this bookmark. We create a JavaScript action in line 1.

Following earlier articles in my iTextSharp series, this particular contribution will introduce the basics of linking and bookmarking PDF documents created via iTextSharp.

Adding bookmarks (iText 5)

This is different from what you did before with topic and Section objects. It’s matches the one set in the SetLocalGoto method earlier.

We will use a custom ParagraphRenderer to update the page number. Please provide solution for this.

This option is almost identical to createFitHbut the with of the bounding box of the page is visible. Creating annotations iText 5 Previous post: Bookmarks are discussed in Chapter 7 where you’ll find igextsharp BookmarkedTimeTable example.

Creating actions, destinations, and bookmarks Chapter 6: Creating actions, destinations, and bookmarks Tags: Do you need your password?