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Topic: MS Visual C++ 6.0 Intro Edition and SDK
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 131152
From: gomfp
Date: 4/15/2005 03:49 AM

Does anyone know if one can use MS Visual C++ 6.0 Introductory Edition along with SDK version 6 free header files to produce a simple plug-in for Acrobat? The MS Visual C++ 6.0 Intro Edition came with book entitled 'Getting Started with MS Visual C++ with an Intro to MFC' by Deitel & Deitel. Since the MS Visual C++ 6.0 Intro Edition will allow one to write and compile a simple C++ program using a header file to create WIN32 console apps, once again, I was hoping that this might work for creating a simple plug-in for Acrobat. Thank you ahead of time.


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