GdPicture.NET Reference Guide
BurnAnnotationsToPage Method (GdViewer)





GdPicture14.WPF Namespace > GdViewer Class : BurnAnnotationsToPage Method
Burn, in other words flatten, the GdPicture/XMP annotations into the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.
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Burn, in other words flatten, the GdPicture/XMP annotations into the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Burning (flattening) annotations means simply including them directly into the content of the page, to which they belong, so they are not more editable. This will permanently write an annotation into the document, so it is not considered as an annotation anymore.

Please note that this method uses vector graphics when drawing annotations. To burn annotations using rasterization, please use the BurnAnnotationsToPage(Boolean,Boolean) method and set the VectorMode parameter to false.

 
Burn, in other words flatten, the GdPicture/XMP annotations into the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Burning (flattening) annotations means simply including them directly into the content of the page, to which they belong, so they are not more editable. This will permanently write an annotation into the document, so it is not considered as an annotation anymore.

Please note that this method doesn't support custom annotations burning. At the same, the custom annotations are not supported in the WPF control.

 
Burn, in other words flatten, the GdPicture/XMP annotations into the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Burning (flattening) annotations means simply including them directly into the content of the page, to which they belong, so they are not more editable. This will permanently write an annotation into the document, so it is not considered as an annotation anymore.

This method supports annotations burning using rasterization by setting the VectorMode parameter to false. In other words, this way annotations are drawn using raster graphics on the page.

 
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GdViewer Class
GdViewer Members