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Topic: JavaScript in VB
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 102213
From: tbethel
Date: 12/12/2003 04:12 AM

I'm writing a VB app that needs to check the annotations in a pdf file and, in some case, remove them. I'm new to Acrobat programming, but it appears that I need to use the JavaScript object in order to this. I can get the object, but I'm not having much success using it, and Adobe's documentation is really not much help.

For example, I can get the javascript object ("jso") for an open document, and get it to return some document information. But when I try to use getAnnots, I get nothing returned -- no errors, but no information either.

Can anyone shed light on this? Are there any good references or comprehensive code samples for using JS in VB?


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