Changing colours and theme of existing pdf file


I am close to purchasing the Aspose pdf kit but just need to finalise a few points.

If a pdf file with one set of colours and branding is uploaded how well does Aspose convert it to another style of branding and colours? How well does it handle changing all colours and removing existing backgrounds?


Further to my above post here are more details. I want to be able to have a visitor come to my PHP website (linux server) and upload two pdf’s and drag and drop pages from them to create one merged pdf file from them. I know this is possible from an earlier post I made but what I now want to know is how much formatting and branding can be added to this new document?<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

We want to have a set theme for pdf’s an image placed at the top for a header with a two column layout for the content with the left column blank and the right one with all the content in. All headings should be one colour, all text a certain colour and have the same font style. This includes how bulleted lists and bold items look as well. Would aspose for pdf kit be able to format the merged pdf in this way?

Hi Daniel,

When you concatenate (merge) two PDF files or pages from different PDF files, they’re concatenated as they are; Aspose.Pdf.Kit doesn’t allow you to format the contents while concatenating. That is, you can take two PDF files and use Concatenate method to make them one PDF, but in the process there is no way to re-format the contents of the input PDF files.

However, if you could elaborate your requirement with the help of some samples, our team might investigate in detail to see if that could be feasible. Nevertheless, this sort of functionality might not be available in short time.

Moreover, this component provides an API to programatically manipulate existing PDF files; it is not a visual tool, so doesn’t provide drag and drop kind of functionality. In order to achieve this goal, you’ll have to write your own code and use the Aspose.Pdf.Kit API to work with the PDF files.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience. If you have any further questions, please do let us know.