Page Properties

The Page type exposes the following members.

Properties
  NameDescription
Public propertyArtBox
A rectangle, expressed in points with the origin at the bottom left corner, defining the extent of the page meaningful content (including potential white space) as intended by the page's creator.
Public propertyBleedBox
A rectangle, expressed in points with the origin at the bottom left corner, defining the region to which the contents of the page should be clipped when output in a production environment.
Public propertyCloseActions
The actions executed when the page is closed.
Public propertyCropBox
A rectangle, expressed in points with the origin at the bottom left corner, defining the visible region of default user space. When the page is displayed or printed, its contents are to be clipped (cropped) to this rectangle and then imposed on the output medium in some implementation-defined manner.
Public propertyGlyphs
The Glyphs located on the page.
Public propertyHeight
Height of this page in points (i.e. the height of its Mediabox).
Public propertyIndex
The 0 based index of this page in the document.Pages collection.
Public propertyLabel
The Label of this page.
Public propertyLinks
All link annotations on this page.
Public propertyMarkups
All markups on this page.
Public propertyMediaBox
A rectangle, expressed in points with the origin at the bottom left corner, defining the boundaries of the physical medium on which the page is intented to be displayed or printed.
Public propertyOpenActions
The actions executed when the page is opened.
Public propertyOrientation
Orientation of this page in degrees. Default is Rotate0.
Public propertyOverlay
The layer that lies on top of the original content. You define the appearance of this layer by adding shapes to it.
Public propertyTrimBox
A rectangle, expressed in points with the origin at the bottom left corner, defining the intended dimensions of the finished page after trimming.
Public propertyUnderlay
The layer that lies underneath the original content. You define the appearance of this layer by adding shapes to it.
Public propertyVisualOverlay
The canvas that lies on top of the original content and on top of the Overlay. You define the appearance of this layer by adding shapes to it.
Public propertyVisualUnderlay
The canvas that lies underneath the original content, but on top of the Underlay. You define the appearance of this layer by adding shapes to it.
Public propertyWidgets
All widgets on this page.
Public propertyWidth
Width of this page in points (i.e. the width of its Mediabox).
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