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Topic: define the buttonicon from VB?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52729
From: DeanWilliams
Date: 5/29/2002 04:54 PM

Hi all:

I've written a little VB app that opens a .txt file, parses in some information, and creates and .fdf from that information, which in turn populates a .pdf.

Problem is, I need to also tell the .pdf to load a .jpg file (or any other format) and place it as the button icon in a predefined button field when this occurs. It has to happen on the fly because what image is used for the button is dependant on what is contained in the .txt file.

I would *LOVE* some help on this. Please, feel free to email me!

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