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Topic: How to read the content of PDF document
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 142791
From: v_krithika
Date: 11/15/2005 04:53 AM

Hi

I am new to the ADOBE programming.I need to include a functionality in my VB application where i can read the text of the PDF documents.

I see that the Adobe reader can save the pdf document into text file.If this can be achieved programatically through code ,even that is fine,as i can always read from flat files.

My question is what licenses do i need to incorporate the ADobe objects in VB?

can i do something like this using the adobe objects.

Does the standard/professional license will give be a free distributable license for the application package.
Thanks


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