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Topic: Bookmarks overwritten...
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 105853
From: [Tom]
Date: 2/12/2004 05:17 AM

I have a VB 6 project.

I create an empty PDF-Document:

Set PDDoc = CreateObject("AcroExch.PDDoc")

Then I add a bookmark:

Set jso = PDDoc.GetJSObject
r = jso.BookMarkRoot.CreateChild("MyBookmark")

Now I insert a PDF-Document with Bookmarks of his own:

Set InsertPDDoc = CreateObject("AcroExch.PDDoc")
InsertPDDoc.Open sInsertDocument
iNumberOfPagesToInsert = InsertPDDoc.GetNumPages
iLastPage = PDDoc.GetNumPages - 1
PDDoc.InsertPages iLastPage, InsertPDDoc, 0, iNumberOfPagesToInsert, True

At last I save my Doc:

PDDoc.Save &H5, strFilename

Now the problem:
My At First created Bookmark is deleted. I don't know why, but it isn't there anymore.

If I call "InsertPages" with the last Argument = False, then I don't delete my own Bookmark, but don't import the bookmarks from the document, either...

Somebody out there, who can help me??

Greetings from germany,

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