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Get Pdf Author, Subject and Title information

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Hi,
how can i get Pdf Author, Subject and Title information with delphi
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Are you using a pdf component suite? if so which one?

if not then I am sure there would be the required methods in one of the following component suites

7 to choose from :)

http://delphi.about.com/cs/toppicks/tp/aatppdf.htm

though these three look to be the best (at a glance)

http://www.synactis.com/products/pdf_in-the-box.htm
http://www.nwinds.com/pdftool.htm
http://www.gnostice.com/pdftoolkit.asp

David
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any of the above could have worked as an answer, however more clarificaion was needed to help more
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