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Topic: Simple Text Print to PDF from VB
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 97435
From: motsad81
Date: 10/1/2003 04:46 AM


Hi all!
All I want to do is print text on a PDF document at X,Y coordinates with a font of Ariel or Times New Roman or Helvetica at any size. Is there a "simple" way to add this to a PDF file with VB without having to buy a seperate 3rd party tool or the SDK for acrobat? I asked the sales rep at adobe If I could do this when I bought Acrobat 6.0 professional and He told me it could be done. Now I find out I need the SDK and to get the SDK I'll have to pay more. Wonder what I'll have to buy next. (sorry bad day today)

Doug

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