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Topic: .pdf to image in C# or VB6
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 131345
From: LuckyOne
Date: 4/19/2005 03:39 PM

I need to read pdf files into memory as images in order to put them in a Word document. It has to be done programatically. I would prefer not to install a third party tool to do it, but I would if absolutely necessary. If I can get an image in memory, I can write it to the Word Document easy enough.

I am quite familiar with COM and C++, so if adobe has a free api for reading pdf files, that would probably be the preferred way. I would prefer not to have to write it in C++, but if need be I'll bite the bullet on that one.

I have absolutely no experience with programmatic access to pdf files, so any help would be greatly appreciated.


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