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Topic: How can i use PDETextReplaceChars() for making changes to PDF file
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 112007
From: gukhar
Date: 5/24/2004 11:43 PM

I have been working on making changes to pdf files for long time but not succeeded yet with it. used diferent free dos based softwares available to change PDF to Text, Text to PDF, PDF to PostScript file but unable to make changes to pdf file..major problem was that i lost formatting during this conversion...

I m sure that this fourm can help me because i have seen similar questions placed by the members..

Can any one help me by providing me ful code example so that i can act as starting point for me..like code example for using PDETextReplaceChars() what dependences i must have to run this code..


Thanks in advance Plz reply hurry especially
pdf-solver
LeonardR

Thankx..



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