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Itextsharp - add field key dynamically

Posted on 2014-01-16
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How can I create these label below (field key name) dynamically using Itextsharp base on where these strings are? These are where I want to pass data from sql to these labels.

To:             [TO WILL BE FILLED BY OUR PROGRAM]

FROM:         [FROM WILL BE FILLED BY OUR PROGRAM]


SUBJECT :    [SUBJECT WILL BE FILLED BY OUR PROGRAM]
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Check the following article, I think it will help:

Fill in PDF Form Fields using iTextSharp
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/23112/Fill-in-PDF-Form-Fields-using-the-Open-Source-iTex
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That is not what I am looking for. I can do that. I want to create fieldform dynamically where the texts are.
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