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Topic: Create, View, & Print PDF from VB
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 125002
From: pharrison
Date: 1/7/2005 10:19 AM

I've been searching for a component that will allow me to create a PDF from scratch, view the newly created PDF, and also have the capability to print it. It seems as though external integration with Acrobat won't work because I want the view capability to be hosted inside my VB Form. I also want relatively tight integration so I can intelligently report status and error information to my users.

I've done Google searches, and checked out VBExtras.com and ComponentSource.com, but have been unable to find a component to do all of this. The best I've been able to find is combining 2-3 components from different vendors to get the job done. Does anyone out there know of a more elegant way to get this done? FYI: This is a VB 6 app, not a VB.NET one.

Thanks in advance for your help!

- Phillip


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