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Topic: Legal: Using AcroPDF.dll
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 132500
From: melqar
Date: 5/11/2005 02:14 AM

Hi all,

I am no specialist with licenses and the adobe reader 7 one is definitely confused as far as I am concerned. (between the license itself and the mentionned "Adobe Integration Key License Agreement")

I have a standalone application in which I need to display PDF files. I Added the Adobe Reader ActiveX control to a windows form and I load the file in it. works great. The user can use all the default buttons supplied by the control (save a copy, print...). That's it, just as in a browser window.

So
Can I just integrate the control in my app and distribute it?
or
would I need to purchase some kind of license to do that?
or
Is it forbidden altogether?

Thanks,

Pierre



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