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Topic: Form field text properties
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 142461
From: essial
Date: 11/9/2005 01:45 AM

Ok I've got image extraction done (the bmp file format specs I was reading ommited a very important field), now I am working on something that I have completly avoided in my last version, and that is the default size/font for text form fields (acroform or whatnot). I've looked at all the CosObjs pertainint to acroform text fields, and I even tried using PDAnnot PDE objects (which work just as well as direct COS objects for getting coordinates and such), but no where does it say where to get the font size and name information (I do however have the font alignment and such coded in already); can anyone give me a push in the right direction? Thanks in advanced!

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