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Topic: PDF Customization
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 109815
From: soumenchoudhury
Date: 4/17/2004 01:51 AM

Hi All,

Do we have a tool that can compare two PDF files and report the differences in them.
If I convert the two PDFs into XML and compare the two XML files will the results be consistent.

Also is there any way to get a list of the fields in the PDF file with the field properties(like text size, justification, fieldname, etc). We can get the information from PDF->Window->Field, but is there some way I can programitically or otherwise get the field names with the field properties.

I am a newbie to PDFs. It would be really helpful if you coud suggest me some documentation on tha same.

I appreciate your help.

Thanks,


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