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Topic: Acrobat SDK - Opening Reader OR Professional
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 149982
From: rrouse
Date: 5/18/2006 03:53 AM

We have developed a VB.Net application that launches Acrobat Professional 7.0 when it loads. We are using the Acrobat SDK to do this.

A new requirement has been added to the application: Launch either Professional 7.0 or Reader 7.0 depending on if Professional is installed on the specific PC.

Can anyone guide me on
1) How can Reader be launched using the SDK? I would love some code samples as I have been reading through documentation for over a week now.
2) How can I determine if Professional is, in fact, installed on the machine?

I appreciate any & all help. This has become a bit of an urgent request for us.

Thanks!


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