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Topic: Insert Word Doc to PDF with VB.NET
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 121492
From: janineo
Date: 11/5/2004 02:35 AM

Hello,

I'm new to this forum and I'm hoping somebody could help me.

I'm looking for a way of adding a word document to the end of an exisiting PDF document using VB.NET.
This will be done by an application on a client PC. The PCs will have Acrobat Reader and Office 2003 on them, but not full Acrobat. There is also very little scope for purchasing a 3rd party solution.
There is a possiblity of uploading the documents to a server and using software there to do it, but preferably it should be done client side if possible.

I've searched the forums and all the answers seem to involve a 3rd party app.

Is there a way of using .NET to do this?

Thank you
Janine


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