Component in Dephi .ps,eps or .pdf

I am needing a component in delphi to open archives of the type .ps, .eps and .pdf. Somebody knows where has? I am with much haste. My purpose is to insert pictures of the type mentioned in my Delphi application! The only object that I know is the TImage, but it only opens archives of the type bmp.

              I am thankful, Leonardo Dantas.
leonardo_dantasAsked:
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DrDelphiCommented:
Take a lok at the Delphi Supepage:

http://delphi.icm.edu.pl/

I know that there are at least one or two componets for creating PDF files there.

Good luck!!
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DrDelphiCommented:
Another link you might to check:

http://www.efg2.com/lab/library/graphics.htm


Good luck!!
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intheCommented:
hi,
you should see this page here:

http://pascal-central.com/morgana.html

Regards Barry
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rwilson032697Commented:
Listening
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leonardo_dantasAuthor Commented:
  I am looking for and tomorrow after to make tests I will order the points, ok!

               Very Obliged!

               !Leonardo Dantas.




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kretzschmarCommented:
listening . . .
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mike_tippingCommented:
Adobe Acrobat is actualy a ActiveX control so can be loaded into delphi as a component to display PDF documents. The help on how to do this in the Acrobat help isn't much good but I'm sure there must be further help online at Adobe
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leonardo_dantasAuthor Commented:
Unhappyly it is not this that I want! I do not want to start acrobat, nor to transfer  the environment of acrobat to the Delphi.The that I want I am a component similar to the TImage, but that it has supported the format ps, eps or pdf. Is half stranger but, what I go to insert I am not text and yes pictures in the mentioned formats. It serves
a component or one conversor(mas that it is transparent pro using).  had you understood?

Thanks,
Leonardo Dantas!
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leonardo_dantasAuthor Commented:
Unhappyly it is not this that I want! I do not want to start acrobat, nor to transfer  the environment of acrobat to the Delphi.The that I want I am a component similar to the TImage, but that it has supported the format ps, eps or pdf. Is half stranger but, what I go to insert I am  not text and yes pictures in the mentioned formats. It serves  a component or one conversor(mas that it is transparent pro using).  had you understood?

!Leonardo Dantas
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intheCommented:
hello
why did you accept this answer if it not what you want then ask a new question about the same thing?

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=delphi&qid=10289486 
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leonardo_dantasAuthor Commented:
The responses had not decided my problem. I did not reject why of certain form he  helped a little me. You he would have some solution for my problem?

Thanks,
Leonardo Dantas!
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