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Hi ,

I am new to development , i had create an academic project , so i decided to create an application for CA professional ,The requirement is that the user need to fill an application form manually which they get it from website, my idea is to no need to download that form instead of it better to give them an desktop base application where all component will be arrange in same way they r showed in hard copy of forms , the user will input the desire text and then he will save it in pdf format.

My problem is that i don't know how to start.

I searched a lot but not getting an start.

Please help me out.
Posted 1-Apr-13 10:56am
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You can start from looking at the .NET library used to create PDF. You can use the .NET port of iText; this port is called iTextSharp:[^],[^],[^].

I provided links to iText, too, because nearly all documentation you need to work with iTextSharp is there, provided as Java documentation.

sTammana 3-Apr-13 4:02am
Thanks for your needful suggestion , but i am still not getting the base. Can you please provide me an sample application for an single form filling so that i can practically review it and refer the the same logic and coding style for rest of my requirement.

Please just help me out in getting a start.

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