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Topic: VB -> Acrobat -> AcroExch.App and AcroExch.AvDoc
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59702
From: megastar007
Date: 5/29/2002 05:40 PM

Anybody can help me here?
I am creating FDFs at runtime using the above objects.

it works fine on my development machine as i have acrobat software 5.0 installed.

But when i try to deploy on to the client machine.. it says active x component cant create object Err 429.

I dont know if i am allowed to install Adobe Acrobat software on all client machines as it is expensive.

any work arounds? do i have to find a redistributable setup of adobe acrobat software to deploy with my VB application?

Any help rendered would be appreciated.

Thank you

Dilip

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