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Topic: Creating PDFS without AcroExch.AVDoc ?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52638
From: mchang75
Date: 5/29/2002 04:53 PM

Hi,

I need a solution to my problem. I am currently working in a multi-user environment where i have
created a DLL that generates pdfs by using fdf and acrobat exchange. The problems lies in that i can't install acrobat 4 on every user's machine (too expensive), and my dll won't work as i require the
classes AVDoc and App for merging fdfs. Is there a way where i don't have buy 50 licenses, and still be able to use the AVDoc objects? Does COM caters for this problem (in which case i have absolute no idea on how to create a com object)? Any help would be great .....

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