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Topic: Cant place my ole embedded pdf into my frame window.
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 81859
From: martin117
Date: 2/21/2003 04:41 AM

I have acrobat documents serialized by the MFC framework. Embedding works fine. The problem is I cannot dock the document into my frame window because InPlaceActivation is not supported. The logical solution would be using OpenInWindowEx from Adobe SDK, but that requires a filename. I can dynamically fetch my active AcroPDDoc, but I cant save it (probably because it wasnt loaded from file, but was embedded) so as to reload it with OpenInWindowEx. Is there any way to dynamicaly assign a document to my active acrobat viewer? Is it true that the viewer can work only from files? Any help appriciated.


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