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Topic: Working with tagged .pdf from VB.NET
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 88238
From: ewgoforth
Date: 5/24/2003 01:31 AM

Hello,

I have a VB.NET application. I'd like to have a .pdf file template into which I merge data from my application at runtime.

From what I've gathered, I can do this with XML, which I believe would be my preferred technology, and that I need to create a tagged pdf file in order to do this.

I've installed Adobe Acrobat 5.0 on my development box. I've then brought in an .html document that's a form, it has a text control, etc. on it. I then save this .html file as a .pdf file in Acrobat, but I don't see the "tags" tab as shown on:

http://www.planetpdf.com/mainpage.asp?webpageid=1269

I've uninstalled and reinstalled Acrobat, choosing to install everything but Asian language support.

Do I need to use tagged pdfs in order to do this "mail merge" sort of operation? Why don't I see the "tags" tab?

Thanks,
Eric


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