Removing PDF invisible objects with iTextSharp

If the PDF which you are trying is a template/predefined/fixed then you can remove that object by calling RemoveField. PdfReader pdfReader = new PdfReader(../Template_Path.pdf”)); PdfStamper pdfStamperToPopulate = new PdfStamper(pdfReader, new FileStream(outputPath, FileMode.Create)); AcroFields pdfFormFields = pdfStamperToPopulate.AcroFields; pdfFormFields.RemoveField(“fieldNameToBeRemoved”);

Converting docx to pdf with pure python (on linux, without libreoffice)

The PythonAnywhere help pages offer information on working with PDF files here: Summary: PythonAnywhere has a number of Python packages for PDF manipulation installed, and one of them may do what you want. However, shelling out to abiword seems easiest to me. The shell command abiword –to=pdf filetoconvert.docx will convert the docx file to … Read more

How to read line by line in pdf file using PyPdf?

Looks like what you have is a large chunk of text data that you want to interpret line-by-line. You can use the StringIO class to wrap that content as a seekable file-like object: >>> import StringIO >>> content=”big\nugly\ncontents\nof\nmultiple\npdf files” >>> buf = StringIO.StringIO(content) >>> buf.readline() ‘big\n’ >>> buf.readline() ‘ugly\n’ >>> buf.readline() ‘contents\n’ >>> buf.readline() ‘of\n’ … Read more

Sphinx PDF themes

Firstly, Sphinx doesn’t generate PDF output by itself, though there are three general methods to get from Sphinx source files to PDF output: Use the Latex builder, and then a separate tool like latex2pdf to generate the PDF output Use the Sphinx plugin from the rst2pdf project Use the rinoh Sphinx builder provided by rinohtype … Read more

Convert HTML to PDF in Angular 6 [closed]

Best possible solution I could come up with till now. You would have to install the below packages from npm html2canvas jspdf import * as jsPDF from ‘jspdf’; import html2canvas from ‘html2canvas’; htmltoPDF() { // parentdiv is the html element which has to be converted to PDF html2canvas(document.querySelector(“#parentdiv”)).then(canvas => { var pdf = new jsPDF(‘p’, … Read more

Express – Return binary data from webservice

Here is my slightly cleaned up version of how to return binary files with Express. I assume that the data is in an object that can be declared as binary and has a length: = function (data, filename, mimetype, res) { res.writeHead(200, { ‘Content-Type’: mimetype, ‘Content-disposition’: ‘attachment;filename=” + filename, “Content-Length’: data.length }); res.end(Buffer.from(data, ‘binary’)); … Read more