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Topic: RE: Adding Doc Title in Code
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56325
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:18 PM

Rick,

Visit the CodeCuts Site and look in the IAC section.

Also download and read the IAC Reference/Overview manuals (part of the
Acrobat SDK) from Adobe Developers Assoc. http://partners.adobe.com.

Something to remember, you will need to reference the Acrobat.tlb library
(found in the main directory of the full version of Acrobat) for the object
references to work :) ...

You can also add the Doc Info Fields with PDFWriter, generally there is a
check box asking if you want to enter it - as I don't have Word 2000 I can't
confirm this, but I would assume the PDFWriter macro isnt different for Word
2000 and Word98 ??

Dave .........
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> Can anyone tell me how to add a title to an existing PDF document using VB
> code? The PDF doc is created by PDFWriter out of Word 2000 and has no
> user-defined document properties.
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