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Topic: HELP !!! Annotation Tools Needed!
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53576
From: Varnie
Date: 5/29/2002 04:59 PM


I'm developing a Visual FoxPro 6.0 application which views PDF files in a Web Browser control. I need the ability for my users to annotate these PDF documents. I need a tool that can be embedded in my application. Either something I can control via OLE automation or a some type of acrobat plugin that will work with the PDF OCX control inside a browser. I have seen the DocuCom Pdf Reader OCX and I am waiting to receive a copy of iMarkup Client that I purchased. Besides these two tools are they others out there. The annotation tool should not modify the PDF, but save the annotation off in a local file. Multiple users will be annotating the same file, but they don't want to share annotations.

Do you have any suggestions??

Thanks in advance

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