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RAD PDF 2.0 Released

Red Software is proud to announce version 2.0 of its ASP.NET PDF viewer, editor, form filler, and form designer, RAD PDF.

RAD PDF 2.0 inserting a dynamic server side created image

RAD PDF 2.0 features tighter integration with web applications, improved performance, and significantly more powerful APIs.

The new RAD PDF PdfIntegrationProvider allows PDF editing, saving, printing, downloading, and searching to be intercepted and controlled server side, allowing for easier and more secure custom PDF workflows. For example, with RAD PDF 2.0, you can intercept a PDF print event, decide whether a user has permission to print that file and if so, dynamically tag the printed output with today's date and the user's name.

The new PdfObjectDataContext class allows for integration with custom image and signature repositories, or on the fly generated data which can be inserted by a user into an existing PDF.

The new PdfStorageAdapter class makes extraction of useful data from RAD PDF even easier, both internal and external to your web application.

All without any client side software being installed (not even Adobe Reader or flash), RAD PDF continues to provide the most advanced and most flexible PDF web solution available.

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Reader Comments (4)

I see there is a rotate left/right option, that what lead me to this nice software. But it only works for the current page. What should I do if I want to rotate all pages, for example 34 pages? I need to do it one by one? Hope this feedback helps. I shall come to this site when I need to comment some PDF files. Thanks for provide it.

July 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDale

Thanks for your feedback Dale, we'll certainly see what we can do to provide a more functional way to rotate multiple pages in a future release.

July 19, 2011 | Registered CommenterRed Software

can you rotate multiple pages at the same time i see there was an inquiry about this in 2011 with a response of the possibility of enhancing this function in a future release....thanks

November 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTerrie

Hi Terrie,

We don't offer a built in way to do this yet, but you can certainly use our Client API to create your own button which rotates whichever pages you wish.

November 27, 2013 | Registered CommenterRed Software

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