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Topic: Insert pages
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54300
From: Sander
Date: 5/29/2002 05:05 PM

I have some difficulties in Inserting pages with the PDDoc.InsertPages function.
I have opened 2 PDF's each with an new instance of PDDoc. Now I want to merge by using function:

(using Pascal/Delphi)
The PDDoc2 is the instance of PDDoc opening the 2nd PDF file. The SDK points to:
'iPDDocSource The LPDISPATCH for the AcroExch.PDDoc containing the pages to insert. iPDDocSource’s instance variable m_lpDispatch contains this LPDISPATCH.'
I guess I'm using the wrong parameter here. Where can I get the LPDispatch for my PDDoc2?
The PDDoc instance are both valid and contain each a PDF file, I've checked that thoroughly.
Who can help me out?

Sander van der Linden

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