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Topic: Shutting down Acrobat.exe (Via Email), 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 113500
From: pyongaa
Date: 6/16/2004 06:43 PM

Hi all,

I've a VB program that performs the following actions:

1)Insert form fields into a pdf file
2)Save and close the PDF file => ie, the Acrobat.exe application should close right? But no, the application remains open in the task manager.

Now after this, when i attempt to delete/ rename the PDF file (saved in step 2), the program issues an error "Error 70: Permission Denied".

I am quite sure that the error is due to the way that the PDF file is being saved.
Below is my code of how I open and save my PDF document:

Set DocApp = CreateObject("AcroExch.App")
Set AvDoc = CreateObject("AcroExch.AVDoc")
blnOK = AvDoc.Open(SourcFile, "")

//convert a AVdoc to PDDoc.
Set PdDoc = AvDoc.GetPDDoc

//insert form fields into the PDF file

blnSave = PdDoc.Save(PDSaveFull,Destination)PdDoc.Close
AvDoc.Close (True)
Set AvDoc = Nothing
Set DocApp = Nothing

I realised that when saving the PDF doc, the PdDoc returns an integer '-1'.

Can someone please helpp???


Click to open!InsertPDF.txt
Save & Close PDF File (2,648 bytes)

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