The second interop library is your new control. You can change the control's properties to make it look like what the PDF file is supposed to look like. You can change the background color, the font, the font size. You can even add text. It is also possible to add a bitmap image and overlay that image over the background.
The third step is to assign the AcroPDFLib control to the AcroPDFButton property of your PDF button. This means that AcroPDFButton now has access to the AcroPDFLib control. There are various properties that allow you to change the appearance of your PDF button. For example, you can change the background, foreground, font, font size, text, etc.
Once you have a crack open, you now have all the controls of the PDF document in memory. There are some important things that you can do with them. You can look at the properties of the control. You can set the margin. You can place the control on the form. You can write to the document, or search for text. You can even scan it.
There are a few more properties on the PDF controls that you can mess with. There are, for instance, properties to set the margins and the background color. You can also have the user decide whether or not to enable security. You can find a discussion of these properties here .
The control isn't perfect. Not all the button states get reflected. You can tell from the control that it's a PDF template and it has a real textbox rather than a multiline textbox, but the client didn't like that and insisted on a textbox. So we have them switch it, but you should document that the control is a PDF template and that you do not expect the client to change this. That should have been done at the time of purchase.
I also note that the control looks terrible. The textbox has a dark background and the border is a yellowish grey, which looks terrible. That can easily be changed, but you have to go into the VCL source code to do it.
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