Can you try doing the following:
1. Open Adobe Reader
2. Go to Edit > Preferences. Select the Internet section in the left pane
3. Uncheck the option "Display in Read Mode by default"
4. Close Adobe Reader
Guess this should do it.
But on Web Explorer, it shows the PDF file in read only mode.
How did you check this? Are there any security settings?
I try to open the PDF, using:
1. Internet Explorer (IE)
2. Using my C# application where I used Web Browser control (System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser).
Here I could not make changes on opened PDF file.
Thanks for the response Ankit...
Your provided solution is not working on my side.
Actually my application is C#.Net based windows application and am trying to annotate a PDF file inside a Web Browser control (System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser) . Please respond me if you know something about it.
Thanks for your suggestion.
I try to do same as in article, but it doesn't work. Still I couldn't annotate the PDF file in my C#.Net application.
If you have any other solution(s)/link(s), please provide it.
What doesn't work? Did you add the control to the toolbox?
Did you get some sort of error?
Here is a video of the process, and it doesn't get much more clear than this. It clearly works.
They are using the exact same method from the link I sent, except having to go through some more hoops to get it work in WPF instead of winforms.
If for some reason you still can't get it to work, do a google search for axAcroPDF1.LoadFile and use that a start to find your answer.
Thanks for your link.
PDF is shown successfully on C# application, but I can't use annotation facility. As annotation is disabled when PDF opened in C#.NET application.
I want to show PDF file in my C# application so that I can use annotation facility within the application.
For your reference attached images:
1. Open PDF file in C#.NET application:
2. Open PDF File in Acrobat Reader:
Sorry the solution I found didn't work for you Pushkar. Thanks for the additional information on your requirements and what wasn't working.