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Topic: Capture 3.0 OLE problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 38620
From: dal96jan
Date: 4/15/2002 11:08 PM

Hi group!

I have an old system we have developed using Capture 2.0.1. The system is written in VB and calls the COM object in Capture: CreateObject("Adobe\Capture.Server"). Now we are about to upgrade to Capture 3.0. The problem is that I can not instantiate the COM object. At least not in the same manner. It should work with: CreateObject("Adobe\Acrobat\Capture\Servers\Capture"). When I try this I only get an error message saying that the "Class does not support Automation ... ". Does anybody know if it is possible to use the API in the same way as with Capture 2.0? If so ... how? If not ... what the h*** do I have to do instead??

I can find no documentation on this topic!

I have the same question posted in the "Paper to PDF" forum (should probably be here so I post it again). I hope no one gets annoyed with this! :o)

Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanx in advance! /Jouni

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