Rectangle Annotation using Acrobat API in .NET application

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We are using Interop.Acrobat.dll (Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Type Library) V 1.1.0.0 to access PDF files programmatically.   We have a requirement to create a rectangle annotation in PDF (programmatically) similar to the snapshot pasted below.   Request you to share the API guidance document (with examples) to integrate the above mentioned requirement with our Microsoft.NET application.

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Acrobat DC SDK Documentation

The IAC is just about the same as it used to be, except now it can be accessed from both VB.NET and C#.NET. 

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Rectangle Annotation using Acrobat API in .NET application

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We are using Interop.Acrobat.dll (Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Type Library) V 1.1.0.0 to access PDF files programmatically.   We have a requirement to create a rectangle annotation in PDF (programmatically) similar to the snapshot pasted below.   Request you to share the API guidance document (with examples) to integrate the above mentioned requirement with our Microsoft.NET application.

pdfAnnotSample.jpg

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Acrobat DC SDK Documentation

The IAC is just about the same as it used to be, except now it can be accessed from both VB.NET and C#.NET. 

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The Acrobat 9 SDK contains all the information which was (in its day, long gone) supported for programming in Acrobat 9. This SDK is no longer available, but current SDKs should be usable. Converting general COM objects and JavaScript wrappers to C# can be a challenge and is only recommended for programmers experienced in this area.

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Also consider, since you do not mention the environment: server use of Acrobat is not permitted.

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