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Topic: RE: FDFToolKit/Visual Basic Question.. PLEASE HELP!!
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 57081
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:23 PM


There are numerous examples of using the Toolkit in VB on CodeCuts/Forms
section - there is even a tutorial to explain the various statements - have
a read of those it will solve your problems and give you the necessary
background -

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> I am setting values of an fdf through code in Visual Basic using the
> FDFToolKit. Then I save the fdf. Then I view the pdf, (in Visual Basic).
> At this point the user can type into the fields (which is the fdf). When I
> want to gather what the typed, using the GetValue function, it doesn't
> work. Is there any way to get the value of a field??

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