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[gfsd]PDF In-The-Box for Delphi

From: Synactis
Subject: [gfsd]PDF In-The-Box for Delphi
Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2001 13:52:58 -0500

PDF In-The-Box for Delphi


A VCL component for Delphi
that works like Delphi's TPrinter

but writes a PDF file!


     Compiled component          Component    
with source
in Delphi language

US$ 95 only!

US$ 950
Special Christmas Offer: US$ 450
$500 discount!
up to December 21st, 2001



PDF In-The-Box is a development tool that lets you write PDF files by program.

No printer driver to install, no intermediary file to create, no conversion to do, no need of knowing anything about PDF structure. Just an easy-to-use API to write text and draw graphics.

The PDF In-The-Box component has the same interface as Delphi's TPrinter (BeginDoc, EndDoc, NewPage, Abort methods). It also has a compatible Canvas property. All you have to do is write text and draw graphics onto the canvas. When you invoke the EndDoc method, the PDF file is generated!

The PDF canvas supports the following properties and methods, as they are defined in Delphi's TCanvas class: Brush, Font, Pen, PenPos, Arc, Chord, CopyRect, Draw, Ellipse, FillRect, FrameRect, LineTo, MoveTo, Pie, Polygon, Polyline, PolyBezier, PolyBezierTo, Rectangle, RoundRect, StretchDraw, TextExtent, TextHeight, TextOut, TextWidth.

PDF In-The-Box was designed for Developers, with really exciting features:

PDF In-The-Box only costs US$ 95 (without sources) or US$ 950 (wih source in Delphi language).

Special Christmas Offer: component with source in Delphi language for US$ 450 (up to December 21st, 2001).

Download the demo version now!

Also available: PDF In-The-Box ActiveX (can be used with Microsoft Visual Basic, Visual C++...).

Complete product informations are available on Synactis website. You may also contact us:

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