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Topic: PDF Question (Very Important)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 81059
From: jvega
Date: 2/8/2003 08:08 AM

Hi there, this is my problem:

My company is currently developing an application on Access 97. We want to be able to generate reports using a PDF template and populate the fields using the data from Access. This has work perfectly using the FDF Tool Kit but the problem is that we want our customers to be able to merge different documents and save them in PDF format instead of FDF and Acrobat Reader can not to this. Is there any libraries or any solution that we can distribute with our software that could make this happen? Any suggestions would be very much appreciated. (Sorry for my English)

Tanks,
Jose Vega from Puerto Rico


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