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Topic: Access fills out PDF form
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 75872
From: SirLevAris
Date: 11/7/2002 02:23 AM

I'm not sure if this is the topic this goes in, but I am trying to make an Access database fill out a form that's in PDF. I know it would be easier to have the form in Word or some other such program and then convert that to PDF, but that is not how I received the form. I am new to this type of programming having knowledge of LISP and BASIC mostly with a little VBA (mostly AutoCAD), and some JAVA. If someone could show or tell me what I would need to do to have just one field populate a PDF form, I'd be very appreciative. As long as I have an example, I'm very good at figuring out what I should do to have code do what I want, but as of yet I haven't found anything quite like what I want to do. Again, any help would be appreciated.


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