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Topic: File Convertiion and BookMark
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53317
From: mlui
Date: 5/29/2002 04:58 PM

I try to convert a doc/txt file to pdf. During the convertion, I need to choose some words to become bookmarks in PDF with different level.

What is the best and easier way to do this. I try to convert the txt to word to make sure the text is in proper font size and in good good setup. Defining custom style for PDFMarker to convert into bookmark in different level. However, I cannot automate this step, the PDFMarker won't allow me to do the bookmark level setup through Word's marco. Is it possible to do this in VB instead. (ie Create new page, read in word/text line by line, and put proper bookmarks into the new pdf.)

Thanks!

Margaret

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