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Topic: Printing PDF Forms from Within VC ++
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55937
From: CCotton
Date: 5/29/2002 05:15 PM

I have a technical question regarding the Acrobat PDF technology: Is it possible to render a pdf form to a printer from within a Visual C++ (6.0) program for Windows?

By render, I mean output the form to a printer, but suspend the actual printing until my code has had a chance to 'fill out' the form with data, after which my code would issue the 'form feed' command, which results in the completed form being printed.

I do this now with Bitmap Files of the forms in question and it works great. However, I would like to go to a resolution independent solution, such as is
offered by PDF technology, if possible.

Thank you for any light you may shed on this subject.



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