TL;DR:

1. We have selected PDF.co as the input app and PDF Filler as the event.
2. As we can see in the screenshot, we have provided various PDF.co configuration options.
3. We are now ready to send the input request to PDF.co.
4. After PDF.co process the request, the output should have the URL which contains the processed output file.
5. The output should look similar to this. The text Hello World! is on the top left corner.
6. Now, let’s move on to save the resulting file to Dropbox.
7. Once the Dropbox account has been added, it is time to configure the upload details.
8. We are now ready to save the file to Dropbox.
9. Here’s how the successful request looks like.
10. Now go to your Dropbox output folder, and you should find the new output file saved successfully.

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Step by step guide:

1. For this demo, we have configured the input source already. It can be anything based on your requirement. We have selected PDF.co as the input app and PDF Filler as the event.

Choose App and Event

2. As we can see in the screenshot, we have provided various PDF.co configuration options.

  • In Direct Link to Source PDF, we entered the input file to be processed.
  • In Text Objects field, we provided the input text in a pre-defined format such as X location, Y location, page index, input text, font size, font family, etc.
  • Then, we typed in the output file name.

Customize PDF Filler

3. We are now ready to send the input request to PDF.co. The image below shows the input request data. If it looks good, then we will proceed with TEST & REVIEW.

Test and Review

4. After PDF.co process the request, the output should have the URL which contains the processed output file.

Output URL

5. The output should look similar to this. The text Hello World! is on the top left corner.

Output File

6. Now, let’s move on to save the resulting file to Dropbox. Here we have selected Dropbox as the input app and Upload File as the event.

Dropbox - Choose App & Event

7. Once the Dropbox account has been added, it is time to configure the upload details.

  • In the Folder field, specify the output Dropbox folder name.
  • In the File field, enter the output file URL from PDF.co’s response.
  • You can choose whether to enable Overwrite or not. For our example, we chose No.
  • Then, enter the output file name.
  • And last but not the least, specify the output file extension.

Customize File

8. We are now ready to save the file to Dropbox. If everything looks good, then click on TEST & REVIEW.

Send Data Test and Review

9. Here’s how the successful request looks like.

File sent to Dropbox

10. Now go to your Dropbox output folder, and you should find the new output file saved successfully.

Dropbox Folder

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