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Topic: change imgae size
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 76660
From: vbman
Date: 11/19/2002 12:17 AM

I have all image items developed in Quark (on mac) and stored in postscript and/or PDF format (on windows). My application development platform is windows.

I have requirement as follows:
1. Print above said images individually on paper.
2. Print above said images individually on paper after adding some text to it.
3. Print above said 3-4 images together on paper.
4. I may need to resize the above images and then print it on paper.

For application development I intend to use vb, adobe suit and/or sdk, and PDFLib. Is it possible to achieve all or any of above (please specify pointwise)? If no, what could be the alternatives (please specify pointwise). If yes possible, then what should be the starting point for me in this direction (please specify pointwise)? Please guide. Thanks.


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