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Topic: Problem Of AcroExch
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 97625
From: sonalisvk
Date: 10/3/2003 08:45 PM

Hi there,
In my application I was aking use of the AcroExch defined objects i.e AcroAvDoc and AcroPDDoc for solving the purpose of displaying pdfs and searching within the displayed pdfs with highlighting feature.But unfortunately we found that AcroExch will only work if you have full version of acrobat on the machine.On our machine the application is working fine.But the thing is that we can not force the end user(client's client)to have the full version of acrobat.Our application should run with acrobat reader only.Is there any possible solution of this problem which we can implement?
We have the acrobat6.0 sdk .Can we use the sdk to bulid a dll which will function similar to AcroExch?What we will need to do for it?
Any help in this regard is awaited by us.
Thanx,
Sonali


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