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Topic: Server Program
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 88514
From: lordvirus
Date: 5/29/2003 05:08 AM

Program Step by step on how I would like it to work.

1. My Client (The Owner of the website) can put in information IE: Location, Sq Foot, Name, Price, etc.( Via My ASP page, a simple form to collect data )

2. The Owner then could upload a picture to this property Via his website.
(Via My ASP page to the server)

3. Server Merges The Image (JPG, BMP, TIFF) Somehow onto the PDF which is a scaned form. That looks like http://www.lordburton.com/industrial.pdf . After that then places the data That was collected in step one in the forms feilds.
( This is were you guys can hopefully help me)

5. The Web Sufers, Pull up the PDF stored on the webpage though a webpage search and it displays the PDF with the Information supplied and the Image


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