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How to use Adobe pdf api from our check printing software?

New Here ,
Jan 01, 2019 Jan 01, 2019

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Hello,

We are developing check printing software for Quickbooks. Lots of customers are asking can they save the pdf and change the value by their own.

Currently, we are using browser-based pdf generation tools. I mean chrome is converting HTML into pdf. But we are struggling to generate pdf from our mobile application.

Is there any api available that our convert our html generate code into pdf using Adobe api with MICR font support. We have already bought MICR font.

our website is :https://onlinecheckwriter.com

You can log in into our website and check out how we generate check using browser base pdf generation tools.

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LEGEND , Jan 02, 2019 Jan 02, 2019

Adobe offer an API to Acrobat - the $15/month Windows and Mac app. They also offer the Adobe PDF Library on a royalty basis, for client or server use. However, neither is available for mobile platforms.

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Adobe offer an API to Acrobat - the $15/month Windows and Mac app. They also offer the Adobe PDF Library on a royalty basis, for client or server use. However, neither is available for mobile platforms.

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