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Topic: Prepair PDF Programmatically With VB6
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 115941
From: wein1
Date: 7/23/2004 12:22 AM

I have written a VB6 app the interrogates PDF files to gather statistics about the Document (Num Page's, Words, Misspelled Words, etc) The app is designed to run through gigabytes of PDF's unattended, while creating a spreadsheet with the stats of each file it has touched.

One of the problems we are now finding is that if the PDF needs to be "Repaired", we are unable to get any information about the file. It'd be nice if when we find a file that needs to be repaired, we could repair it programmatically inside our app.

While perusing the Acrobat IACReference.pdf I do not see any way to initiate a repair. I am hoping someone here might be able to shed a little light on this for us.

Ron W


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