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Topic: Add AutoDate through Code?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 109738
From: ehoppy
Date: 4/16/2004 07:04 AM

I am looking to programatically add a dynamic print date field to an Adobe Document. I have successfully converted Word Docs to PDF files, but my QA Department has required us to have the print date on the documents. There are MANY of these documents and we change approximately 20 a day, that would require an update (a new conversion from Word). It would be too time intensive to have to add these manually. Does anyone know how I can somehow add these through code? Either something that can be converted along with the Word document, or something that can be added after it has been converted? Thank you so much in advance for your assistance!!!


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