This sample shows how to use fonts that are not installed with Windows.
TODO: This page is still unfinished. Below you'll find the list of tasks that have to be done.
This sample must be updated to demonstrate use of the new FontResolver class that came with PDFsharp 1.50. The old PrivateFontCollection class can no longer be used with PDFsharp 1.50, but the code shown here is still valid for PDFsharp 1.32 and earlier.
PDF Output File
See the PDF file created by this sample: output.pdf
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This is the source code that shows how to load private fonts from a resource (WPF build):
public void Add(Uri baseUri, string familyName)
throw new ArgumentNullException("familyName");
throw new NotImplementedException("Only one family name is supported.");
// family name starts right of '#'
int idxHash = familyName.IndexOf('#');
if (idxHash < 0)
throw new ArgumentException("Family name must contain a '#'. Example './#MyFontFamilyName'", "familyName");
string key = familyName.Substring(idxHash + 1);
throw new ArgumentException("familyName has invalid format.");
throw new ArgumentException("An entry with the specified family name already exists.");
System.Windows.Media.FontFamily fontFamily = new System.Windows.Media.FontFamily(baseUri, familyName);