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What is a PDF File?

PDF stands for portable document format. The PDF file format was created by Adobe in 1990 and is one of the most common formats used today. A PDF file is a read-only document that preserves its original layout, preventing modification but allowing users to easily share and print the file.

Using a PDF has two benefits which present a solution to these obstacles. First, someone who receives a PDF file can open it on any program. In other words, they don’t need to have the app used to create the file in order to view it.

These advantages make PDFs more shareable than other file formats and ensure that viewers see the document as intended

Why use Aspose.PDF for C++?

Using Aspose.PDF for C++ in your project gives you the following profits:

  • platform independence;
  • performance and scalability;
  • rich features.

For quality work you required C++ environment. Aspose.PDF for C++ can be used to build any type of 32-bit and 64-bit C++ application. Aspose.PDF supports MFC and QT or wxWidgets C++ applications for your usability.

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