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Topic: getAnnotation problem in Acrobat 7 (VB/VC++)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 138625
From: amit_kamp
Date: 8/27/2005 07:41 PM

Hi,

I am trying to read annotation in a PDF using VB. If there are 3 notes, then the function GetNumAnnots returns 6. Then there is a loop to read the annotation using GetAnnot(AnnotIndex) - AnnotIndex is 0 to 5.

This function returns same annotation more than once - with the same Subtype. Hence all the annotation are not read.

In VC++, the GetAnnot API reads couple of notes correctly, but returns NULL for the remaining notes. In the loop if GetContents is called on the Annotation objet after reading a new note, contents of the first note is shown, even if the object is new.

Please give your suggestions on this.


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