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Topic: Using Acrobat SDK with VBA
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 148535
From: mscene256
Date: 4/8/2006 02:05 AM

I have some questions in regards to using Acrobat SDK with VBA. I can't seem to get a working option and after scouring different forums for some time now, and a main answer seems to be look in the SDK samples, well I have and still do not see anything specific to VBA in the samples so here I am with a few questions.

1. Does Acrobat SDK 7.0.5 work with Acrobat 6.0 and Access VBA 2003?

2. If the first is true how to I actually access the methods in the SDK through Access, i.e. does anyone have very basic but thorough VBA samples of what needs to be done to connect Access to the SDK and begin using the methods?

3. Can an Access 2003 VBA reference be set to the *.tlb files in the SDK 7.0.5, nothing seems to happen when I try (hence Question #2).

4. Basically I'm trying to do something that has asked before, name and place a file with out the 'save dialogue' (I thought it would be much easier once I actually got the SDK), if someone can point me in the right direction of doing that I would appreciate it greatly, preferably not using sendkeys.

Thanks in advance if anyone can help.


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