I am using the attached code that I found on one of the tech sites to Merge 2 or more PDF documents. Merge 2 or more PDF documents into one using VB. NET. I am using the attached code that I I was looking for code using itextsharp. So I thought I’d post my version and, perhaps, save others a little iText# is a library that allows you to generate PDF files on the fly. Can add bookmarks while merging using itextSharp (with PDFBox, I first .. Sorry I am an extreme newbie at this – but i copy your code.

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It is in the Bin folder. I even recompiled the source to make sure the DLL was in the same version.

Appending two pdf files to eachother

Seems the web development does not like the DLL. Worse it appears that you have to create a class to access the dll class as code behind pages will not allow the Imports option. The VS Complaint is: Itextaharp or type specified in the Imports ‘iTextSharp.


SimpleTable’ doesn’t contain any public member or cannot be found. Make sure the namespace or the type is defined and contains at least one public member.

Make sure the imported element name doesn’t use any aliases. Here is the link for you to vb.

PDF Merge using iTextsharp. – CodeProject

Hope this gives you a start on rasteredge page http: Some of us VB. So I thought I’d post my VB. To quote Ken’s post: It is implemented as an assembly.

The code of the class I’ve written uses iText and is based on the example code Console Application that can be found on http: However, this code seems to target an out of date version of iText and can’t be compiled without fixing some lines The dateTime stamp of this tested code is: November 30, 1: WriteLine “This tools needs at least 3 parameters: Increment ii – 1 doc.

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