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.
Resolution-based EMF files
All objects supported by the EMF standard such as text, vector objects and raster images
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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