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Height Property

Gets the height in PDF units.
public double Height { get; } 
public double getHeight(); 
property double Height { 
   double get(); 
Height # get  (PDFDocumentPage) 

Property Value

The height in PDF units (1/72 of an inch). The default value is 0.


This value is read-only. The Width and Height properties are populated automatically when the PDFDocument is created by reading the values from the PDF file.

This value is the height of crop box of this page stored in CropBox, For more information, refer to PDF Coordinate System.

You can also use the WidthInches and HeightInches to get the size of the page in inches and WidthPixels and HeightPixels to get the size in pixels (depending on the current resolution set in the owner PDFDocument.Resolution.

The PDFDocumentPage object also contains the ConvertPoint and ConvertRect helper methods that can be used to convert a point or a rectangle to and from page/object to pixel or inch coordinates.

This property returns the height of the PDF crop box. For more information, refer to PDF Coordinate System.

using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.Pdf; 
using Leadtools.WinForms; 
public void PDFDocumentPageExample() 
   string pdfFileName = Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, @"Leadtools.pdf"); 
   string txtFileName = Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, @"LEAD_pdf.txt"); 
   // Open the document 
   using (PDFDocument document = new PDFDocument(pdfFileName)) 
      // Parse everything and for all pages 
      PDFParsePagesOptions options = PDFParsePagesOptions.All; 
      document.ParsePages(options, 1, -1); 
      // Save the results to the text file for examining 
      using (StreamWriter writer = File.CreateText(txtFileName)) 
         foreach (PDFDocumentPage page in document.Pages) 
            writer.WriteLine("Page {0}", page.PageNumber); 
            IList<PDFObject> objects = page.Objects; 
            writer.WriteLine("Objects: {0}", objects.Count); 
            foreach (PDFObject obj in objects) 
               writer.WriteLine("  ObjectType: {0}", obj.ObjectType.ToString()); 
               writer.WriteLine("  Bounds: {0}, {1}, {2}, {3}", obj.Bounds.Left, obj.Bounds.Top, obj.Bounds.Right, obj.Bounds.Bottom); 
               WriteTextProperties(writer, obj.TextProperties); 
               writer.WriteLine("  Code: {0}", obj.Code); 
            IList<PDFHyperlink> hyperlinks = page.Hyperlinks; 
            writer.WriteLine("Hyperlinks: {0}", hyperlinks.Count); 
            foreach (PDFHyperlink hyperlink in hyperlinks) 
               writer.WriteLine("  Hyperlink: {0}", hyperlink.Hyperlink); 
               writer.WriteLine("  Bounds: {0}, {1}, {2}, {3}", hyperlink.Bounds.Left, hyperlink.Bounds.Top, hyperlink.Bounds.Right, hyperlink.Bounds.Bottom); 
               WriteTextProperties(writer, hyperlink.TextProperties); 
private static void WriteTextProperties(StreamWriter writer, PDFTextProperties textProperties) 
   writer.WriteLine("  TextProperties.FontHeight: {0}", textProperties.FontHeight.ToString()); 
   writer.WriteLine("  TextProperties.FontWidth: {0}", textProperties.FontWidth.ToString()); 
   writer.WriteLine("  TextProperties.FontIndex: {0}", textProperties.FontIndex.ToString()); 
   writer.WriteLine("  TextProperties.IsEndOfWord: {0}", textProperties.IsEndOfWord.ToString()); 
   writer.WriteLine("  TextProperties.IsEndOfLine: {0}", textProperties.IsEndOfLine.ToString()); 
   writer.WriteLine("  TextProperties.Color: {0}", textProperties.Color.ToString()); 
static class LEAD_VARS 
   public const string ImagesDir = @"C:\LEADTOOLS22\Resources\Images"; 

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