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Topic: integrating with PDF printer driver
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 133671
From: talyas
Date: 6/1/2005 02:15 AM

Hi,

I want to use/buy an existing PDF printer driver in order to work with any kind of a printable image/doc file.

my goal is to be able to add my own piece of code to this driver (after pressing the print button) so I could let the user choose coordinates for a signature block, and then I'll use my own code for signing the pdf file that this driver creates.

It is important to understand that my piece of code should be part of the driver, and not a different process that runs later

if you know of such flexible driver, I'll be very glad if you can provide me with its name

Thanks
Tal


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