Choose Sample

There are several modes to start a print job to novaPDF printer, and depending on your application, you should choose a different sample. Please refer to the description below to choose a sample.

Note: To be able to use the samples you must install novaPDF SDK as samples work only with it. Download it here: nova PDF SDK.

  1. If you perform a print job by calling other controls "Print()" method, or if you print an existing document using "ShellExecute()" function, you should check the MFC Converter sample.
  2. If you create a printer job using Windows API calls like OpenPrinter, StartDoc,… you should check the Hello World sample.
  3. If your application runs on a network check the Hello World (network) sample.
  4. If you have a document/view MFC architecture check the MFC Scribble sample.
  5. If you have an ASP.NET application that prints using the package "System.Drawing.Printing", check the Hello World ASP.NET sample.
  6. If you have a Delphi application and you print using the Printer object provided by Delphi, check the Hello World Delphi sample.
  7. If you have a Delphi application and you print using "ShellExecute()" or you want to handle printing events, check the VCL Converter sample.
  8. If you have a C# application that prints using the package "System.Drawing.Printing", check the Hello World CSharp sample.
  9. If you have a C# application and intend to convert existing files to PDF, see the CSharp Converter sample.
  10. If you have an Java application that prints, check the Hello World Java sample.
  11. If you have a Visual Basic application and you print using the Printer object provided by Visual Basic, check the Hello World VB sample.
  12. If you have a Visual Basic application and you print using "ShellExecute()" or you want to handle printing events, check the VB Converter sample
  13. If you have a VBNet application that prints using the package "System.Drawing.Printing", check the Hello World VBNet sample.
  14. If you have a VBNet application that prints using the package "System.Drawing.Printing", check the VBNet Converter sample.
  15. If you have an Access database and you want to generate PDF files, check the PDF Reports Access sample.
  16. If you have a MS Word Document and you want to generate PDF using Word OLE automation, check the Word OLE for CSharp, Word OLE for Delphi, Word OLE for Visual Basic, Word OLE for VBNet or Word OLE for Java sample.

After you have decided what sample you want to use you can download it in a zip file format by visiting the Samples page.