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Topic: Problems using textfont prop in Javascript object via VBA
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 71936
From: jdkoerner
Date: 9/6/2002 02:45 PM

I have a test program I did with Access 2002 that runs great on one machine that is Windows XP. On another Windows XP machine I get errors that some properties do not exist such as textFont, textSize, alignment, and width. Other properties such as rect, type, author are work fine. Seems to be just properties specific to the FreeText annotation. Both are running Office XP SR-1 and Acrobat 5.05

The program creates a FreeText annotation on a PDF page and then saves it. Has anyone had problems like this when using the JSObject. The only thing that comes to mind is the machine it runs on fine has not been kept up with all the updates Microsoft has put out while the other machine is totally up to date. A OLE patch screwing it up?

I am going to do the same test in VB and see if I get the same results between the machines.

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