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Topic: Importing E-mail Data to a PDF file (Via Email), 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 139594
From: jamessalame
Date: 9/17/2005 08:11 AM


Hi there,

Does anyone know how to (or know of a product that does this) import data that is in an e-mail to a PDF form? Each data string that needs to be imported is preceded by a specific set of words, which could be used as a type of "field name" sort of speak (see attached image). For example, I need to create PDF files from e-mails that we receive from a Web form (can't do it directly from the Web form, our developers want too much $$$). The data that needs to be imported from the e-mail (see attached image) is everything that comes after the colons (i.e., James Salame, GUI, Residential, etc.) Can anyone help?

James Salame

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