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Topic: PDF Doc to Email/Print. C++? VB?? What to do??
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 81449
From: PDFeBurst
Date: 2/14/2003 04:03 AM

Does anyone know how I could do this and what API would be required? This is what I would like to do.

1-Imagine you have a pdf with 100 pages. Each page is for one separate person or customer.
2- some pages have email addresses (say 25) on the pages and begin with
Email: thecustomer@cashflow.com
3-The rest of the pages have no email (75). 100-25=75
4-Now you open the PDF file in some application. Each page is evaluated and is either send email or to print.
5-End results is you will have 25 statements that have been send to customers by email and 75 will be on your printer.

Any help please send me email at jfinigan@enerfin.com
Thanks


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