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Topic: Problems with Acrobat Pluggins
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 40405
From: Toniu
Date: 5/15/2002 08:27 PM

Hi, I am trying to develop a pluggin in VC++ for open a secured PDF from VB without the intervention of VB program's user.

So I can compile the pluggins examples on SDK Samples, but I can only obtain one API file, but when I try use the functions on this API in a VB project, VB tell me "Can't find the entry point of the API".
Well I think its because always if you use one API, you need a DLL file which contain this API and marks the ENTRYPOINT.

Questions:
- Can I use one API in VB without one DLL file?
- Can anybody tell me how can I make a dll with the samples on SDK pluggins samples?
- Anybody have or knows any information about one pluggin that it can solves this problem (open a secured PDF form VB)

Thank You to all.

Bye.

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