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Topic: indexing PDF pages
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 40401
From: JoggieJ
Date: 5/15/2002 06:55 PM

I am trying to setup a VB program as in the SearchPdf example provided as part of the Acrobat 5.0 SDK.

Basically I just compile the program provided by the SDK under SearchPdf under Visual Basic. It works fine on the PC where I have the Acrobat developer installed. It does not however work on other PC's which just have the acrobat reader installed.

I had to change the Acrobat.exe to Acrord32.exe in the coding. It starts Acrobat reader up fine and it doesnt bomb at all but it doesnt add indexes or enable them when I use the program to do it. Do you maybe know of something I dont.

Joggie Jordaan
South Africa

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