I'm looking for a robust pdf stamper

Posted on 2011-04-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Right now I'm using a stamper from, but it does not have the functionality I need. I'm looking for a stamper that is more robust that I can access through Delphi code. So something that provides .dlls and documentation would be ideal. Any suggestions? Thank you!
Question by:keats88
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    You could try this...

    PDF Stamper SDK-COM 2.3

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    That is actually the same .dll being sold through a different name, it links to the same documentation we already have on the one we use. It does not have all the functionality that we need.

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    Please try Foxit PDF SDK(lightly, fast):

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    Thanks guys for all the help, I'll check these out

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