Add button component

Button component allows to create button component like shown at the picture below:

There is an ability to specify the next properties for ButtonComponent type:

  • Box - defines annotation position at document page;
  • PenColor - defines frame color;

Follow these steps to add Button component to document:

  • Instantiate Annotator object with input document path or stream;
  • Instantiate ButtonComponent object with desired properties (position, page number, etc);
  • Call Add method and pass ButtonComponent object;
  • Call Save method with resultant document path or stream.

The following code demonstrates how to add ButtonComponent to the document:

using (Annotator annotator = new Annotator("input.pdf"))
{
	ButtonComponent button = new ButtonComponent
    {
        CreatedOn = DateTime.Now,
        Style = BorderStyle.Dashed,
        Message = "This is button component",
        BorderColor = 1422623,
        PenColor = 14527697,
        ButtonColor = 10832612,
        PageNumber = 0,
        BorderWidth = 12,
        Box = new Rectangle(100, 300, 90, 30),
        Replies = new List<Reply>
            {
                new Reply
                {
                    Comment = "First comment",
                    RepliedOn = DateTime.Now
                },
                new Reply
                {
                    Comment = "Second comment",
                    RepliedOn = DateTime.Now
                }
            }
    };
    annotator.Add(button);
    annotator.Save("result.pdf");
}

More resources

Advanced Usage Topics

To learn more about document annotating features, please refer to the advanced usage section.

GitHub Examples

You may easily run the code above and see the feature in action in our GitHub examples:

Free Online App

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