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Topic: pdfmaker & distiller
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55617
From: isabelle50
Date: 5/29/2002 05:13 PM

I would like to control PDFMaker with Distiller in C++.

I need it to generate hundreds of PDFs files from MSWord including bookmarks. Without these bookmarks my work will be helpless. I don't need other features of PDFMaker than bookmarks from Word styles and headings.

I know there is a library "AdobePDFMakerX" which is not intended for developper's use , and thus not documented. The other way I see is converting myself the Poscript file with the pdfmark Postcript operator to send informations to the Distiller. It seems a bit long to do.

If anyone knows a way to generate these "already bookmarked" PDFs programmatically from Word, PLEASE tell me.

THanks!!!

Isabelle


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