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Topic: Re: Applying Javascript
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56433
From: prodok
Date: 5/29/2002 05:19 PM

Why do you want to write Acrobat JavaScripts in Visual C++???

Have a look at the Acrobat help, as well as at the Acrobat JavaScript
Object Specification, and you should be able to set up your forms.

Always keep in mind that Acrobat JavaScript IS NOT webbrowser
JavaSript. It uses the JavaScript Core, but has its own set of
extensions.

Hope, this can help.


Max Wyss
PRODOK Engineering
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>I am a web developer and stick mainly to web sites and Intranets but
>I am extremly unfamiliar with how to use Javascript inside a pdf. I
>do know Javascript but do not know how to apply it to a pdf. If I
>can write my JavaScript in Visual C++ and call it from my pdf that
>is what I would like to do. Is there a tutorial that I can use for
>this?
>
>All I need to do is add the fields in one collumn if an 'x' is not
>in made in the field beside it. If I am going about this the wrong
>way someone let me know. Like I said I have never done this I am
>just trying to help someone out. $

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