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Create and manipulate Adobe Acrobate Files(.pdf) from VB6

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hi all,
       my VB Application use Adobe Acrobar viewer for open .pdf files;
My application read this files and create a database based on the particular string find in the .pdf document.
Now, i need to create link and bookmark in my .pdf dinamically from vb.
Is it possible, and also what object can i use to do it?

Thanks to all, have a nice day
Fra
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Question by:IlMagodiOz
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Did you try with pdf.ocx that comes with Acrobat? Also, note that you need Distiller to modify pdf documents.
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