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Topic: RE: Acrobat's ActiveX components name?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56270
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:18 PM


The full version of Acrobat has an ACROBAT.TLB, which is the library
component. The Free Reader has pdf.ocx in the Reader\ActiveX directory.
Also the plugin for Netscape comes in the form of a DLL - nppdf32.dll.

It might be better to use the SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat\4.0 branch of the local
machine (or current user) hive in the registry to check to see whether the
software is installed.

If you need anymore detail let me know.

AcroBuddies Forum Moderator
> Does anybody know the name of Adobe Acrobat's ACtiveX component name. I
> was trying to develop a detection function for Internet Explorer. I
> figured if I know
> the name I can search through the user's ActiveX list
> and verify whether or not they have acrobat.

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