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It’s very easy to use Select.Pdf SDK for .NET. Take a look at the simple code below.
SelectPdf.PdfDocument doc = new SelectPdf.PdfDocument();
SelectPdf.PdfPage page = doc.AddPage();
SelectPdf.PdfFont font = doc.AddFont(SelectPdf.PdfStandardFont.Helvetica);
font.Size = 20;
SelectPdf.PdfTextElement text = new SelectPdf.PdfTextElement(50, 50, "Hello world!", font);