PDF Forms in C# .NET

PDF fillable forms are digital documents that allow users to input and manipulate data directly within a document. These forms typically contain various fields such as text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdown menus, and digital signature fields, enabling users to enter information, make selections, and submit forms electronically. PDF forms are commonly used for applications, surveys, registration, and other types of data collection, providing a convenient and efficient way to gather and process information electronically.

Key Capabilities

Create Forms

Create forms containing text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdowns, and signature fields

Extract Form Data

Get a filled form’s data and save it to any output

Import Forms

Import form fields from an XFDF file or a database

Edit Fields

Modify a form field’s properties and value

PDF Actions Support

Assign PDF actions to form fields


Embed forms in a PDF’s structure

What Are Forms?

PDF fillable forms are digital documents designed to collect information from users in a structured manner. PDF forms allow users to input data directly into form fields, eliminating the need for manual handwriting or printing.

Essential Guides

Import and Export

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