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Topic: API Callbacks using VB
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 129129
From: sleep
Date: 3/10/2005 10:36 AM

Hi all,

I am trying to build on the AcroViewVB SDK example to customize a PDF viewer application with VB. I'm hoping to setup several callback procedures to get pageview click events, trap Acrobat errors etc. Presumably this is possible via VB, but all the relevant documentation on core API methods is very much C/C++ oriented and I can't figure out the correct syntax. I don't want to have to learn C just yet.

I would be very grateful for any pointers as to how to call coreAPI callback procedures via VB, e.g. AVAppRegisterforPageViewClicks to call an AVPageViewClickProc or any similar procedure that will help with understanding the correct syntax.

Thanks for any help
Peter


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