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Topic: Quick Newbie Adode Document Server (ADS) question
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 96152
From: sonnyto
Date: 9/11/2003 03:57 AM

I am currently using an evaluation copy of ADS to create a PDF document. However, the documentation that I got does not seem to be complete. I want to create a PDF document with form fields such as text box, combo box, list box, etc. Could someone direct me to the part of an application where I can set the number, type and location of fields to be created?

According to ADS Developer Guide document, it stated that I could not programmatically create form fields using ADS. This is true if the PDF forms are already created. Nevertheless, I believe that there must be a way to create form fields during the process of creating the PDF form.

Thanks in advance for taking the time to review and help,

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