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Topic: Acrobat.tlb
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 97484
From: sonalisvk
Date: 10/1/2003 10:47 PM

Hi There,
In my VB.net application we need to display pdfs and perform the search operations on it.I am using the classes defined in the ACROEXCh dll .I am adding the acrobat.tlb reference in the application.On my machine I have acrobat installed so the applications runs sucessfully on it.But will it run on client machine also which has only Reader installed (not the full version of acrobat).I have the acrobat6.0 SDK with me which provides me the tlb file .Can I register it on client machine and get the job done?The basic problem is using ACROEXCH classes without requirement of full acrobat.
Can anyone help me in this regard?Can I redistribute the tlb file alongwith my application?
Thanks in advance,
Sonali.


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