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Topic: Opening TIFF using VB and Acrobat
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 73497
From: Retil
Date: 10/3/2002 07:17 AM

Hi all,
I am a complete newbie to all things PDF, however I need to see if it is possible to open a TIFF file from VB6 using acrobat. I already have figured out how to open acrobat and embed it within my application and can open .pdf files, however I want to open a TIFF file by selecting it from a filelist. I know you can open a TIFF file with acrobat as a standalone app (it renames it myTiffFilename.PDF) I assume to write the tiff as a pdf. Is there a way to to this from VB?
Frankly I'm kind of overwhelmed by the documentation and need a little "hand holding" on this one! I appreciate all your help

Thanks,

Darrick


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