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Topic: Fill and Print a pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 113119
From: bohemier
Date: 6/10/2004 07:30 AM

Hi everyone!

I am building an application in Delphi that needs to read a pdf (distributed with the application), programmatically fill in form elements and print the filled pdf. It's all done client-side.

I don't want to ship Adobe Reader with my app.

I was able to find a component that will fill form elements, but it does not print. Also, there are a few components that will print PDFs, some working better than others (some so not render embeded images well, some will print filled form elements only when printing comments). The point is, even if I find one that prints well, I will still have to buy two components.

Anyone knows of a single component (Dll, or anything compatible with Delphi) that will get the job done?

Thanks!

- Jeff


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