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Topic: Help - PDDoc's SetInfo() Appears to Corrupt Created Date
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 93187
From: sgarla01
Date: 7/30/2003 02:08 AM

Hi,

I'm using VB-6 with Acrobat-5, Acrobat-5 SDK and IAC to change the File | Document Properties | Summary | Title value for some PDF files. PDDoc's SetInfo() changes Title perfectly, but it also scrambles the "Created" date within the File | Document Properties | Summary dialog (not on the file system). That is, when the title is changed, the Created date appears as just a bunch of random, not necessarily alphanumeric, characters. The code is very simple and I'm only asking to change the titles. Would anyone know why this happens and how to get around it?

Thank you,

S


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