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Topic: Import image into PDF dynamically
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 32026
From: ken kloes
Date: 12/28/2001 02:21 AM

To those dedicated souls working this holiday week I have a question. I have an application using ASP that inserts a logo(PCX or JPEG) into a PDF. This is done dynamically by incorporating methods offered by the ActivePDF Toolkit. The resulting PDF is viewed outside our company with Adobe Reader only. My question ...is there another way to dynamically insert a logo into a PDF by using only native Adobe products? Can FDF do this? When reading the documentation I didn't see this capability, unless of course I overlooked it. I also searched the forum for answers and saw suggestions using Acrobat but none seemed dynamic/on the fly in nature.

Thank you for your help, Ken Kloes

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