TextLayerInjectionParams Object (ITextLayerInjectionParams Interface)
This object allows you to tune the parameters of processing the input "image only" or "image on text" PDF files while creating a searchable PDF file with the help of the InjectTextLayer method of the Engine object. The properties of a newly created object of this type are set to reasonable defaults (see the properties description).
|Application||Engine, read-only||Returns the Engine object.|
|AllowChangePDFAView||VARIANT_BOOL||Specifies whether to change the appearance of the output PDF file in case of problems during its processing.
This property is FALSE by default, which means whenever the document is invalid, you will get the FREN_E_PDFA_CONVERSION_FAILED return code, and the document processing will be canceled.
If this property is TRUE, a warning about changing the appearance of the output will be displayed. Use the IProcessingEvents callback to manage the document processing.
Specifies the PDF/A standard compliance for the output PDF file.
This property is PCM_None by default, which means that the output file inherits the PDF/A standard compliance from the original document.
Specifies whether the document processing should be performed during text layer injection.
This property is TRUE by default. If this property is FALSE, the original document will be converted without text layer injection.
Specifies if skew and orientation correction should be performed on the original document. When this property is set to TRUE, the final document will contain the corrected image.
This property is FALSE by default.
Specifies if the resulting PDF document should be tagged.
Note: Tagged PDF is a particular use of structured PDF that allows page content to be extracted and used for various purposes such as reflow of text and graphics, conversion to file formats such as HTML and XML, and accessibility to the visually impaired.
The exported PDF may contain tags:
Moreover, the paragraphs with different languages will be split into text fragments with the <SPAN> tags. Each <SPAN> tag contains single language text.
Important! This property must be set to TRUE:
The default value of this property is FALSE. However, if the source PDF file is tagged, the value of this property is ignored, and the resulting PDF file is always tagged.