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Topic: How to write stand alone app using Acrobat SDK API
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54078
From: ashwaniy
Date: 5/29/2002 05:03 PM

Can someone tell me how to write stand alone application using Adobe Acrobat SDK. I want to know what libraries or software are required to write application using acrobat API apart from Acrobat SDK.
I tried to run VB samples but all of them are complaining about "not able to create 'AcroExch.App and other object of AcroExch".


Second is it possible to know whether the page is colored or black and white(assume grey as B & W), using API exposed by Acroexh.


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