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Topic: Help - LINK topic
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 81093
From: pklim
Date: 2/9/2003 06:38 PM

Hi all,
I have a back end service program ( w2k, write in C programming ), i need to perform few tasks with my PDF file
1. Web Link, search for any WWW sentence, like http://www.test.com, and automatically create a weblink to such URL
2. email link, search for any email address, and automatically create a email link ( which will call for any default mail client)
3. LINK TOOL, search for any word like "refer Page 1", and automatic set a GO TO View to that page

Is there any available tool that I can purchase ? those tools can be in DLL or COM format that allow me to call from my program.
Appreciate any input .. thanks

Regards
Lim

P/S :I have Acrobat installed, W2k




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