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Topic: Acrobat unable to exit
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51388
From: PS_Xtreme
Date: 5/29/2002 04:45 PM

I have written a Acrobat Plug In that allows people to select and edit text, image, etc., in their PDF files. My application has it's own window and I display PDF document in my window via OLE and Acrobat. The problem I am having is when I have my application open and then open up Acrobat by itself on any PDF file I can't close down the Acrobat viewer without first shutting down my viewer because they are both communicating with my Plug In at the same time. The question I have is there anyway that anyone can think of that will allow me not to load my plug in in the plain Acrobat Viewer after Acrobat and the plug in have already been loaded into my application.

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