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Topic: Create a Button in Plug-in (Via Email), 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 123359
From: lmtyler
Date: 12/5/2004 10:35 AM

I am trying to dynamically create a button in a plug-in. I am working with Acrobat5 and VC6. After executing my button is no visible, but if I click on the form tool I can see the outline of my button. If I do nothing but right click, go to properties, click OK, and then turn off the form tool I can see my button??? Yes, I know this code only works properly if the PDF already has an AcroForm dictionary. I am working on that issue next. I have included the code I am playing with. Any help would be great!

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