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Topic: where can i find MenuitemNames for Acrobat5.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 113461
From: suman
Date: 6/16/2004 05:05 AM

I have to compare two files using acrobat programatically. so need to execute the ToolsMenu Compare Compare two documents.... feature available in Acrobat5.0. I couldn;t find the Menu Item Name for it. can any one help me with the list.
I am calling MenuItemExecute command in VB using ole with acrobat refenence library.
Dim myApp Acrobat.CAcroApp
Set myApp = CreateObject("AcroExch.App")
----
----(opening two files )
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and would like to execute myApp.MenuItemExecute("------------")can someone help me to fill in these blanks. with menu item list for tools,compare compare2documents . reference or links are appreciated
thanks

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