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Topic: Using Acrobat control for ActiveX in VC++ application
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 121728
From: mandorg
Date: 11/8/2004 11:10 PM

Hello Friends,
I am developing an app in VC++ to display PDF documents.
I want these PDF documents to be displayed in my application window.
I have added Acrobat control for ActiveX in my app.
To test i tried to drag the control on a dialog box expecting to load a PDF file within that control area on the dialog box.
i declared a variable m_pdf of class CPdf
Then i try to load the file
m_pdf.LoadFile("c:\\test.pdf");
When i run the application , a seperate acrobat reader window is opened which was unexpected :( and eventually it doesnt even open the test.pdf file in that window. When i close the window, i get an error message - "could not find acrobat external window handler" and nothing loads within the control area on my dialog box.
Please can anybody tell me what am i missing and how do i go about it ?
Thankyou !
ManDorG


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