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Topic: plugin for acrobat reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55758
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:14 PM

Hi all,

I want to developpe a plugin for acrobat reader, this is for remove some
button on the toolbar, or all the the tool bar.
But reader don't support OLE automation, so I think the only way to do it is
with DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange). But I was only able to open a pdf in
acrobat reader with DDE, if we can open a document pdf in my project VB (not
with activeX PDF, because it don't allow me to remove the toolbar), I don't
know how....

So if anyone an idea or any tips, please reply!!

Thank you!!

Frédéric Beaulieu
fredericbeaulieu@hotmail.com

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