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Topic: Err:There was a problem reading this document(109)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53111
From: Leofwchan
Date: 5/29/2002 04:56 PM

After I got the suggestion from Aandi and LeonardR (ref: How to link a new stream), I can insert my private data into "ProcSet" of PDPage. Well! There is no any error messages. Unfortunately, Acrobat prompts an error message "There was a problem reading this document (109)." after I successfully saved it. This let me must close this PDF because acrobat's response is unstable. However, the saved PDF is no any problems in new opening and reading.

I try to click ctrl-Enter when the error messages prompt out. I get this further information "Object label badly formatted." Mn..What does it mean?? Any one could give me a correction?

P.S. I have used PDPageNotifyContentsDidChange().

Thanks a lot!!

Leo


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