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As far as I know, there is no out of the box solution for Test Studio and validating the content of a PDF. There are open source libraries out there (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfsharp/, http://sourceforge.net/projects/clown/) that you could use coded steps on to do some validation if necessary.
As Daniel stated if you are looking to validate the content of the PDF file that will not be possible with Test Studio. This is because a PDF file loaded in the browser does not have a DOM structure like a traditional web page, so Test Studio cannot read or verify against its contents.
Thank you for your understanding.
@Daniel thank you for assisting the customer, I have updated your telerik points accordingly.
Since Test Studio is unable to work with PDFs, I've managed an external solution that validates the browser URL.
For that, if you use Visual Studio, in the project references add the COM reference Microsoft Internet Controls. This DLL is incompatible with Test Studio, since it isn't a .Net reference, but it will be created a compatible dll, in mt case on my project folder/obj/debug. The dll is Interop.SHDocVw.dll
Now, all you have to do is add this reference to the project references in Test Studio, and from now on you have access to that PDF popup window
That's an example code: