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Topic: GetNumberOfPages() Function????
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 95822
From: diwalsh
Date: 9/5/2003 12:29 AM

Does anyone know of a function I can call from a COM obj or a Java Class to get the number of pages in a .pdf file. I would like to send the function the location on the server of the pdf file and it will return the number of pages in the file.

If anyone knows where i could find something like this let me know. Also If you don't know of an existing way.... I'm open to designing this myself if someone can set me in the right direction. I can't find any documentation on adobe.com for an API of any sort.

Thanks
David Walsh


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