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Topic: PDF Plugin and ActiveX DLL, newbie PDF developer
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 79320
From: lfraile
Date: 1/10/2003 08:44 PM

Hello, I'm new to this forum and to PDF developing also. My problem is, I need to develop an Acrobat plugin I can use to insert "predefined" tags within an existing PDF, if it's possible also it would be fine if this tags doesn't get printed, but this is optional, I also need to develop an ActiveX DLL to read existing PDF (as you can imagine looking for the tags), and now the problem is, I have no idea to start to develop this, I have downloaded Acrobat SDK, can I do this with Acrobat SDK?? Is there any sample I can look for??? Where can I find info about that? Well, any help, advice or whatever will be helpful, as I told you I'm totally new in PDF developing, thanks a lot.


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