How to make responsive PDF

Hi guys who can help me how to make PDF for completing on computer, ipad and mobiles.
Please help experts .

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Re: responsive pdf

Can you explain what exactly you mean with "responsive pdf"? It's a rather uncommon term.

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Responsive PDF

That mean as it's completely view on Desktop,Mobile,tablet

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Re: How to make responsive PDF

In general PDF format has beed designed to retain "fixed" layout regardless of the environment to ensure the same appearance of the document as it was designed. So the short answer is that PDF can't be responsive however I disagree with such simple answer.
Our company goes the opposite way and using our PDFix API we really can create Responsive PDF. The responsiveness is very dependent on correct content extraction and then it's further presentation on devices like smartphones or so not as an image, but as structured content. The fact is that the appearance of the document is different, but that's the main goal when making the content responsive.

Check out our web site:, where you can check also live demo how pdf document can become responsive.


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