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Topic: Mail-Merge
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54615
From: ctoy2
Date: 5/29/2002 05:07 PM

OK Guys, have pity on me since I'm not on your level, but I have a burning question and I've been combing the web for 3 days trying to find the answer. Here it is. Is there a utility out there that will let me merge data from an access database into a pdf to create a whole bunch of the same pdf with different field data in each one? Just like Mail-Merge in Microsoft word? I've been looking over Forms and FDF info, and it just seems to be more compicated than what I need. I'm not a code hacking developer. I'm just a seasoned user with advanced needs. Please help! Please e-mail me at work and home if you know. ctoy@meritage.com and ctoy@teleport.com Thanks very much

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