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PDFFilePage Structure

Contains information about a page in a PDF file.
public struct PDFFilePage 
Public Structure PDFFilePage  
   Inherits System.ValueType 
public value class PDFFilePage : public System.ValueType  

The PDFFilePage structure is used as the type of the PDFFile.Pages collection.

To get the pages collection, populate a PDFFile object with the name of a valid PDF file and optional password and then use the PDFFile.Load method. When this returns, the PDFFile.Pages property will contain a list of PDFFilePage with each item corresponding to a page in the PDF file.

Each item in the PDFFile.Pages collection corresponds to a page in the PDF file. So item at index 0 is the properties of page 1, item at index 1 is the properties of page 2 and so on. Even though the PDFFilePage structure contains the PageNumber property that specifies the number of the page, this information is for convenience only, the PDFFile.Load will always populate the collection in the correct order from first page to last page.

The PDFFilePage structure contains the width and height of the page in PDF units which is read from the PDF file directly. PDF page units are in 1/72 of an inch, so a page size of 612 by 792 corresponds to 8.5 by 11 inches (612/72 by 792/72). For more information, refer to PDF Coordinate System.

You can get the total number of pages in a PDF file with two ways:

The values of the PDFFilePage structure are used as read only by the PDFFile object. The toolkit will only return objects of type PDFFilePage from the PDF document.

The PDFFilePage does not contain any information about a PDF page other than its size. To get the objects, bookmarks, images, links of a page, use the PDFDocument class and its collection of PDFDocumentPage items.


For an example, refer to PDFFile.Pages.


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