iTextSharp center align objects within the Document object

the equivalent replacement for iTextSharp :

paragraph.Alignment = Element.ALIGN_CENTER;

or try this way

paragraph.IndentationRight = 100;
paragraph.IndentationLeft = 100;

this iText (probably same for iTextSharp):

paragraph.setAlignment( Element.ALIGN_CENTER );

and you might want to set the indentation so that it sits nicely:

paragraph.setIndentationLeft( 100 );
paragraph.setIndentationRight( 100 );

PDFPTable.HorizontalAlignment = Element.ALIGN_CENTER;

For image alignment:

iTextSharp.text.Image image1 = iTextSharp.text.Image.GetInstance(MapPath("~/images/HKVictoriaHarbour.png"));
image1.Alignment = iTextSharp.text.Image.ALIGN_CENTER;
doc.Add(image1);

The easier way to align paragraph will be I think

Dim para = New Paragraph("Header")
    para.SpacingBefore = 20
    para.SpacingAfter = 20
    para.Alignment = 1 '0-Left, 1 middle,2 Right
    Document.Add(para)

Comments

  1. Carson

    • 2018/10/29

    the equivalent replacement for iTextSharp : paragraph.Alignment = Element.ALIGN_CENTER;. or try this way paragraph.

  2. Ibrahim

    • 2016/4/18

    Is there a quick and simple way to center align objects within the Document object? Without performing any calculation logic, ie. Get width of page, get width of contents, divide by two, etc. I have a PdfPTable object within a Paragraph object, within the Document object. I would like to center the Paragraph object. Thanks!

  3. Arlo

    • 2016/8/14

    Absolutely Sizing a Table in your PDF Document. When you instantiate your table object, iTextSharp likes to assume that it will render as the 

  4. Yehuda

    • 2017/8/28

    For image alignment: iTextSharp.text.Image image1 = iTextSharp.text.Image.GetInstance(MapPath("~/images/HKVictoriaHarbour.png")); image1.Alignment = iTextSharp.text.Image.ALIGN_CENTER; doc.Add(image1);

  5. Fox

    • 2018/8/18

    Changing defaults at the Document level, such as the default alignment, the default hyphenation, or even the default font 

  6. Anson

    • 2016/5/27

    If you want to horizontally center align your text, you would set the HorizontalAlignment property of your cell to Element.ALIGN_CENTER Here is an example of center-aligning text in a cell: PdfPCell CellTwoHdr = new PdfPCell(new Phrase("cell 2 Hdr", fntTableFontHdr)); CellTwoHdr.HorizontalAlignment = Element.ALIGN_CENTER; myTable.AddCell(CellTwoHdr);

  7. Carmelo

    • 2016/4/1

    Click How to define spacing and leading in PdfPCell objects? simpletable4 Alignment, indentation, leading and spacing in cells document.open();.

  8. Donald

    • 2018/10/21

    Solution 1. Accept Solution Reject Solution. We have horizontal and vertical alignment properties. mTable.HorizontalAlignment = 0; tCell.HorizontalAlignment = Element.ALIGN_CENTER; I think You need to take company logo in a box or a table then align. for the page setting you can table box.

  9. Orlando

    • 2019/1/29

    If you were to ask me which objects have been the most important in the iText-related We'll talk about cells and cell properties such as text alignment, 

  10. Jeremiah

    • 2018/4/6

    if (text!= null) { byteSize=text.getBytes(); String str= new String (byteSize, " UTF-8"); Chunk chunk= new Chunk(str,font); if (para.getAlignment()==ParagraphAlignment.CENTER) { comb. add (chunk); comb.setAlignment(Element.ALIGN_CENTER); document. add (comb); } }

  11. Hernandez

    • 2017/8/26

    We'll discuss a first series of objects in section 2.2: Chunk , Phrase If you don't define an alignment, the text is left aligned.

  12. Kyro

    • 2017/5/10

    Finally both phrases are added to the single Paragraph object. It is also possible to set the alignment of the paragraph text, using the Paragraph.setAlignment() method. This accepts a string, with "Left", "Center", "Justify", and "Right" being valid values. The following shows the earlier example with p.setAlignment("Justify");

  13. Victor

    • 2016/9/2

    The following document also set each cell: iTextSharp PdfPCell Text Alignment Example. iText is an open source and widely used for creating the PDF document 

  14. Blaze

    • 2020/5/29

    itextsharp. Score 1. Posts 4. 1 iTextSharp center align objects within the Document object 0 Assigning value to an array of other class by creating an object

  15. Damien

    • 2015/9/12

    document is PdfWriter object. What I have tried: Copy Code. if(text!=null) { byteSize=text.getBytes(); String str=new String(byteSize 

  16. Joshua

    • 2020/10/24

    The Chunk object: a String, a Font, and some attributes Here you're creating a PDF document with nothing but Chunks as building blocks.

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