Document File Formats: Windows Enhanced Meta File (EMF)

Windows Enhanced Meta File (EMF). EMF is a standard format in Microsoft Windows. EMF is a collection of structures that store a picture in a device-independent format. Device independence is the one feature that sets metafiles apart from raster images. Unlike a raster image, a metafile guarantees device independence. The EMF can contain various objects such as Text, Lines and raster images. EMF also contains Dots/Inch (DPI) information that is used to calculate the real size of the picture stored inside.

The LEADTOOLS Document Writers support creating EMF documents. For more information, refer to EmfDocumentOptions. The following features are supported:

Required DLL: Leadtools.Document.Writer.dll. For a listing of the exact DLLs needed, based on the toolkit version, refer to Files To Be Included With Your Application.

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