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Topic: Just need the COM Object...
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54496
From: Miki
Date: 5/29/2002 05:06 PM

Hey
I have a limited concept of COM and this is my first foray into it.

I looked through the products available here, and found an item which is a com object, however it's also six or 8 other things, so i wondered if you guys could help me find ONLY what i need. (besides that product is $500 and the budget doesn't have it)

In Dreamweaver, Word, etc...Acrobat 5 has added an option to "print to pdf" this creates a printer screen and can be 'printed'. I believe this part is unnecessary, however I wondered if it was at all possible to use COM in my server code to access whatever exe or dll does the conversion when this option is enacted?

If so, does this exe or dll have a name?

If not, does anyone make such an object available for about 1-2/5 of the price above (or less?) which will run on Windows NT Server?

Thanks for any and all help...


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