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bosslaw Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:00:53 AM(UTC)
thank you very much for the code Paul. It helped a lot.
Paul Rayman Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:58:23 AM(UTC)

Well... you can try such a trick.


var page = pdfViewer1.CurrentPage;
var ptLeftBottom = pdfViewer1.PageToClient(page.PageIndex, new Point(0, 0));
var ptRightUp = pdfViewer1.PageToClient(page.PageIndex, new PointF(page.Width, page.Height));
int width = Math.Abs(ptRightUp.X - ptLeftBottom.X);
int height = Math.Abs(ptRightUp.Y - ptLeftBottom.Y);
bosslaw Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2020 2:00:56 AM(UTC)

I have loaded the document in the pdfviewer.

Now, I need to get the size of the current page when I zoom in and zoom out. Is there a way to access the width and height properties?

I have tried this.pdfViewer1.CurrentPage.Document.Pages[0].Height and Width but these properties are not changing when I zoom in and zoom out.

Thanks in advance for help.