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Topic: Help with Acrobat Object Library (OpenInWindowEx)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53628
From: mahendran
Date: 5/29/2002 05:00 PM

Hi
I'm doing an application that created fdfs. I would like to display the fdf data in the corresponding pdf form inside my application.
I've gone through the Acrobat Object Library and found 3 functions that allow the users to open pdf files.
1. Open - Allows the user to open the pdf in Acrobat environment
2. OpenInWindow - Allows the user to open the pdf in a user specifed window
3. OpenInWindowEx - does the same functions as that of openInWindow but has a few more parameters that the user can manipulate
Among these function, only the 'Open' function allows me to open a fdf. All the others opens only a pdf file.
All I need is to open a fdf (the pdf will be specified with the full path inside it) in a window that I specify (window handle). Please let me know if there is any way arround this
Thanx
Mahendran

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