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mansb Posted - 06/08/2006 : 20:53:45
I am interested in the product and I wanded to know something more about ExportPDF method:
1) what version of PDF does it create?
2) can I control security options (password protect, no print etc.)
3) when printing long reports say 2000 pages or so, can you monitor how many pages have been printed?

Also, will this product work with Microsoft Visual FoxPro 7.x or 9.x?

Thank you.
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jacaboo Posted - 08/29/2013 : 09:30:41
do you mean that load image from file using vb?If so ,you can check the link.If I don;t get the point, you can search the pages from that site. It is a pro vb solution for image processing. hope you can get something helpful.
http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/vb-net-imaging/imaging-processing/
http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/vb-net-imaging/load-from-file/
antari6675 Posted - 06/09/2006 : 01:57:05
mansb,

I cannot answer 1 or 2, but from personal experience I can answer question #3.

The short answer is no. I ran into a problem when I export 1700+ pages to a pdf file. The program will error out( a subscript error #9) to be exact.

As of 2 months now, I have no exact date when they will fix it.

Hope that helps.


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