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Topic: PDF form on teh fly
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55359
From: World
Date: 5/29/2002 05:12 PM

Hi,

I am looking for an application can run on UnixWare and other Unix types if
possible.

This application should read an xml file generated from database with
multiple pages form or even fdf file and tiff format image and pre scanned a
pdf form with form fields then produce pdf file. The form can be more then
one page or just one page. Through a variable command should flatten the
form or not , so that will be editable.

If you are interesting to know more please contact me we will be purchase
the application.

Ahmed Ali
Ahmed.Ali@versaterm.com
Versaterm Inc.
2300 Carling Ave
Ottawa, Ont
Canada K2B 7G1
(613) 820-0311
www.versaterm.com



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