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Topic: pdf and text printing in VB 6
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 75664
From: mvuori2
Date: 11/4/2002 06:09 PM

Hi

I have created a program with vb that prints out a pdf.
These pdf pages always hold only one page.
Acrobat contol for activex is used to show and
print the pdf. I also put to a variable some infomation
concerning this pdf file. The infomation comes from
Oracle based database tables. For text printing I now
use standard print method printer.print.
Here is my problem:

How can i print there two things(info and pdf) to
the same page. Always when I print them they
print out to different pages.
The pdf file only holds small logo and text in the variable
is only one row so they should always fit in one paper.
Addition to this the people who print the pages only
have acrobat reader.

Mikko


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