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Topic: Acrobat's Stamp interface for their Annots.API?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 90507
From: DSavant
Date: 6/21/2003 08:34 AM

I know the answer to this question but figured I would ask anyway -- I like abuse.

Does anyone know how via the Acrobat AIC or Plug-ins to iterate all stamps known to Acrobat and select one to be the active stamp for the Stamp Tool? I simply want to allow my user to stamp a PDF without having to use Acrobat's toolbar or menu to do so. In 5.0 the user could stamp the active stamp and then change it once stamped. In 6.0 they must select it first via the toolbar/menu. The big problem here is that I can not show my user's the toolbar or menu.

Baring that, does anyone know of a very configurable PDF editor that is as "polished" and feature rich as Acrobat that I could integrate into my own product?


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