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PDFill PDF Filler: Image Tool

(See Example PDF and Example PDFill Project File  )

You can use this tool to insert an image (digital photo, scanned signature or clipboard) into PDF document anywhere. You can add Rotation, Whiteout (fill color or background) and PDF Action into this image object. You can make the image transparent if you like.

1. Steps on how to insert Image into PDF Page:

or check Image button to insert an image from the Format Toolbar.

2. Access the properties:

3. Set the properties:

Here is the list of the properties.

Position (Left, Right, Width, Height)

The X and Y coordinate of the box to define the position of the field.


The image scale inside PDF.
Lock aspect ratio The ratio of width and height will be kept as you change the size of image.
Relative to Original Size The original width and height will be used.
Rotate The rotation degree from 3 clock relative to the image center.

Action: Add Link, Submit, JavaScript and more ...

See PDF Actions

Whiteout (Fill Color) The background color of the field, If set, it will be opaque. It can used to cover the original text and add a new text.
This is a Signature Image If this image is a signature, click this button to achieve the transparent effect. This will set options: Transparency will be 0, Blend will be Multiply Mode, and Order will be Foreground.
Transparency The overall transparency of the image.
Make it Transparent! Convert this image into a transparent PNG file. It is useful when you want to insert your signature image file into PDF. You can also use the free PDF tools to convert it into a transparent file.
Blend Mode Color Blend Mode for Image. Please save into a new PDF to see the blending effect.

Note: Use Multiply Mode for the scanned signature image to achieve the transparent effect.


It will show on the Foreground or Background of the PDF document.

Note: When Background Order is used, this image may be not visible. You can use Blend Mode in Multiply Mode with Foreground Order.

PDF Layer

Select a PDF Layer name if it belongs to a PDF Layer. Make it empty if it doesn't belong to a PDF Layer. See details in PDF Layer.

4. Screenshot:

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