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Topic: exucatable automatic in acrobat IAC
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53238
From: copppalle
Date: 5/29/2002 04:57 PM

Hi, I wish to create an activeX completely autonomatic which can make certain modifications on a file pdf (example to add an unspecified text on a given site: a buffer). If that is possible exists there is an example making it possible to see how to add a text on an existing file for example (without speaking here to make a activeX of it, just small a executable). It is not the part " ActiveX " which poses problem to me,for moment, but rather the part " Autonomatic ". There exists in the SDK a whole whole of example to make plug-ins, but me I seek in the IAC something of automatic. Thank you very much

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