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Topic: PDF file Viewing ActiveX control
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 129850
From: whsu
Date: 3/23/2005 03:26 AM

I am new on PDF development and just started working on a project needing a PDF document viewer to present PDF documents for company internal users.

I am looking for an ActiveX control (for Windows environment)which can display PDF 1.4 and 1.5. files. I need to control document zoom in and out, jump to a specific page, and find text feature. Can anyone give me some info regarding this ?

Is Adobe offer something that can do this. I saw there is an ActiveX subdirectory under Adobe reader directory, pdf.ocx. Can I use this ?

Any info is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.


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