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Topic: Convert Word to PDF with ActiveX dll and IIS 4.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 36948
From: dencit
Date: 3/19/2002 09:03 PM

I made an ActiveX dll with Visual Basic to change the format of a document from Microsoft Word to PDF,
using PDFWriter.
When I call the ActiveX dll from a simple html page, all works well.
But when I use ASP (after registering the object in the Web Server IIS 4) to call the ACtiveX dll.

I have this message box error:
Acrobat PDFWriter has encountered an error in its programming.We apologize and ask
your helo in troubleshooting the problem.
Please make a note of the kind of document you were printing,programs you were running,
and steps you took before the error, along with this message:
PDFWriter 4.05 File umpd.c Line 350
Then, restart your computer and try once more to see if the problem happens again.

Finally, tell us your results at our Web site:

Thanks from the PDFWriter team.

I hope somone can help me.

Thank you



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