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Topic: Page numbering
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 101136
From: Komal_Mendhekar
Date: 11/21/2003 09:03 PM

Hi All,

I am creating a plugin to check for the specified format of text... hav completed it but the pdfs i am testing it on have two type page number
1) COVER
2) Intro
3) A
now my plugin is skippin the first two intro & A name page numbering and starting its search from the Cover name pages...

page number textbox of the Acrobat shows the numbering as

INTRO (1 of 13)
A (2 of 13)
COVER 1 (3 of 13)
....
till 13th which is the last page...
there r in total 13 pages...

the task which i hav to perform is to also capture the 'Intro' n 'A' words n use them some string concatination for the text....
how to go abt it....
plz kindly help....
if possible send me sample code.....

i am using SDK 5.0 ,
Regards
Komal


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