Classes used to build PDF documents
An area on a page containing paragraphs.
Collection of area objects.
Specifies the border for objects.
Column definition in which paragraphs are flowed.
Contains the column definitions for the pages in the section.
A section that can generate a list of crossreferences.
The document object represents the complete PDF file.
Document Info for the document like Author, Title and Subject.
The exception that is thrown when a drawing doesn't fit on a page.
An area that is repeated at the bottom of pages in a Section.
Class containing data for the GetWebCredentials event.
An area that is repeated at the top of pages in a Section.
The exception that is thrown when a image cannot be placed within the available space.
The exception that is thrown when an invalid or corrupt image is encountered.
The exception that is thrown when the PDF document is invalid.
The exception that is thrown when a document without any page is written.
Base class of all objects that can be read from XML.
Encapsulates the width and height of a page and provides standard page sizes.
Base class for all exceptions thrown from TallComponents components.
A rectangle represents an area on the page.
Collection of paragraph objects. It is obtained through the Sections property of Document.
Spacing is used to define Margin and Padding.
The exception that is thrown when a text flow constraint cannot be satisfied.
The exception that is thrown when an unsupported or unrecognised image format is encountered.
The exception that is thrown when a wrong password is specified or no password is specified where it is required.
Unit is used to convert a wide variety of units to points, which is the unit used in PDF.
Represents the method that handles the GetWebCredentials event.
Compression types for Image and ImageShape.
Horizontal alignment of text lines.
The LastBehavior is used to specify how the Last boolean should work.
The box which should be used as outline for the page.
Orientations used by the Section to rotate the page in the viewer.
Different read directions for text.
Known units handled by the Unit class.
Vertical alignment of text lines.