Contains classes and enumerations that implement PDF interactive forms (PDF 1.2) (sometimes referred to as an AcroForms) used for gathering information interactively from the user as specified in the PDF Specification ISO 32000-1:2008, section '12.7 Interactive Forms' and digital signatures (PDF 1.3) used to authenticate the identity of a user and the document’s contents as specified in the section '12.8 Digital Signatures'.
Represents a pushbutton which is a purely interactive control that responds immediately to user input without retaining a permanent value (see 184.108.40.206.2, “Pushbuttons”).
Represents a check box that toggles between two states, on and off (see 220.127.116.11.3, “Check Boxes”).
Represents a collection of PdfChoiceFieldItems.
Represents a combo box consisting of a drop-down list. The combo box may be accompanied by an editable text box in which the user can type a value other than the predefined choices.
Represents a base class for all fields in an interactive form.
Represents a collection of all fields in an interactive form.
An import-data action imports Forms Data Format (FDF) data into the document’s interactive form from a specified file.
An interactive form (PDF 1.2)—sometimes referred to as an AcroForm—is a collection of fields for gathering information interactively from the user. A PDF document may contain any number of fields appearing on any combination of pages, all of which make up a single, global interactive form spanning the entire document.
Represents a scrollable list box.
Represents a radio button field in a set of related buttons that can each be on or off. Typically, at most one radio button in a set may be on at any given time, and selecting any one of the buttons automatically deselects all the others. (There are exceptions to this rule, as noted in "Radio Buttons").
A reset-form action resets selected interactive form fields to their default values.
A digital signature (PDF 1.3) may be used to authenticate the identity of a user and the document’s contents. It stores information about the signer and the state of the document when it was signed.
Represents an appearance settings for a PdfSignatureField.
Represents a signature field (PDF 1.3) which is a form field that contains a digital signature (see 12.8, “Digital Signatures”).
A submit-form action transmits the names and values of selected interactive form fields to a specified uniform resource locator (URL).
Represents a box or space for text fill-in data typically entered from a keyboard.
Represents an item for a PdfChoiceField.
Enumerates the elements of a PdfFieldCollection.
Represents types of the PdfFields.
Represents an encoding of the signature value and key information in the signature dictionary.