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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 129248
From: linuxplayers
Date: 3/12/2005 01:25 AM

Hi i want to edit pdf file through visual basic 6.0
I want to set the link property of pdf file..
Like my pdf file has some references at the bottom of the file, this references i want to be seen when click on text which is linked to that reference.. as i have many links in my pdf file i want to automate this through visual basic and as it asks while doing manually like set the size to "FIT WIDTH" same thing i want to do through code..
Pls explain which object shud i use as i new to this kind of VB PDf link..how to link to pdf through VB to edit and set link..
pls mailme as i'm very much in need.. mailme at :- softshared@kwglobal.com
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