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Topic: removing template pages
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 117747
From: jcleland
Date: 8/24/2004 04:04 AM

Hi!

I am exporting form data from a PDF that I cannot change. Unfortunately, there is a template page who's fields introduce ambiguity with other form fields in the document. I would like to delete all template pages from the document prior to exporting the XFDF using document server. Currently, I have gone so far as to enumerate the pages using the Templates dictionary using the document catalog->Names dictionary->Templates, but deleting this dictionary doesn't appear to be the answer. What else to I need to do to eliminate template pages from the document, at least as far as exporting form data is concerned? I am using PDFBox currently.

Thanks!
James Cleland


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