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Topic: ACTIVEPDF - Populate a PDF form using data from an mdb, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 130971
From: rwaldron
Date: 4/13/2005 02:12 AM

Hi all,
I have used ActivePDF's software and example to Populate a PDF form using data from an mdb.
The output is one PDF with a list of records form the BD in the PDF..
Does anyone know how to manipulate the code so that a PDF is generated for everyrow withing the DB an maybe to save the name of each PDF as the Unique key that is contained in each record.

APGDRecordPuller.sct is used in their example..
Also using VBS

Click to open!vbspdf.zip
Active PDF Demo (788,619 bytes)


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