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Topic: RE: Programmatically extract pdf document
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58313
From: kdeabrew
Date: 5/29/2002 05:31 PM

> Now I will concentrate on PDFEdit and try to know
> more about it.

Sounds like a wise plan.

> For the time being I do not know what to ask
> you as I think first i should get familiar with the required
> stuff and then only I will be in a position to ask you any
> thing and I hope by then I will find you on this message
> Board since I do not have your email Address.

I don't think you'll have any problems with getting a response from Aandi if
you post here, or comp.text.pdf, or even one of the other forums that exist.
As they say, or at least as I say, Aandi is *everywhere*.

regards,

Karl De Abrew
karl@planetpdf.com
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