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Topic: Can VB app digitally sign a PDF file
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 74004
From: Carine
Date: 10/11/2002 01:28 AM

Hi,
My VB program generates a report that gets saved using PDF writer. I need to digitally sign this report so no one will change it. I am using Windows NT,and have Acrobat 5.0 installed. I have been looking at the API calls ( with the Dig. Sign plug-in) and some of the IAC objects but I am having a tough time figuring out how to do it ..
It seems I can access some of the PDF layers not the digital signing code through VB, but then again there is so much documentation to read that I may have missed something ..

Does anyone know if this can be done through VB ?? If not is there a way to accomplish this ??


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