I'm evaluating different options to create a PDF from VB. In my opinion, there should be some different ways to create them:
1. Using Acrobate
Perhaps the best or most effective way to go. But too expensive (because I have some hundred clients)
2. Using a PDF Printer
Probably a cheap way but I have to be able to create an Index with 'link'-capability, which is not possible with pure PDF printers...
3. Using Ghost Writer
Hmm... I tried that. Again I have to get the licences (because it's commercial use...) and with my first steps I faild to connect to GW. Does someone knows where to get detailled information about Ghost Writer?
4. Create it on my own
I can remember that at a certain point in my XML-learning process I got in touch with a special function that was able to create a PDF (was it FO?). Is there a way to do the same in VB?
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