Can I use PDFNet as a direct assembly reference (no GAC requirement) in my .NET solution?

Q: Our company requires a PDF API for .NET where the DLL file will be
referenced as a file (which will be stored in the BIN folder). We
cannot make use of one that requires the DLL file to be stored in the
Global Assembly Cache and referenced from there.
A: You can directly reference PDFNet.DLL (
pdfnet/downloads.html) in your solution. PDFNet does not need to be
referenced as a GAC assembly (although, if needed you can also store
it in GAC).

PDFTron ‘PDFNet.DLL’ is stand-alone DLL and it has no additional
dependencies on any other applications or components.