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Topic: Last Page on PDF corrupted
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 80388
From: sss
Date: 1/29/2003 02:59 AM

I convert TIF to PDF using OLE Automation using Acrobat 5.0 (full version) on Windows 2000. I look at the PDF in IE6 on Windows, it looks fine. I ftp the PDF (binary format) to Unix Web Server running AIX Ver4.3. I then pull the same PDF in IE6 from my Unix Web Server and the last page of the PDF is corrupted. The file size on WIN 2000 and Unix is exactly the same. I am familiar with the Acrobat TLB and have tried using Tif2PDF products out there but the same problem persists. I intend to use automation and request for help. If I open the TIF in Adobe and manually saveAS PDF the problem gets rectified. This is because Adobe runs some internal methods for converting which I do not believe are running with the PDDoc.Save(PDDocSaveFull) method.

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