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Topic: SDK 4 and Delphi
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59095
From: TimWappat
Date: 5/29/2002 05:36 PM

Hello all,

I have done just about everything I can using IAC. Now I need to delete any objects on a page fitting a certain pattern of characters. These objects will always be "freestanding" and thus reflow after deletion is not a worry to me (like page numbers on bottom of page).

Before anyone mentions it, I don't have access to the original documents pre-PDF as they were snapshots of a moment in time that can't be recreated.

Has anyone reading this translated any of the C header files from the SDK for use with Delphi? I don't want to attempt this job as I hate doing it, especially if it has already been done. Obviously I only need the menu functions and the edit functions translated.

regards,

Tim


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