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How to delete a date string appearing at a certain location of pdf document using acrobat sdk and vb.net

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hello,

i am having some PDF documents containg a date format at a specific location(bottom left) of the page. now what i need is that can i get rid  of that particular date by deleting it from our pdf page.or by annotating it by a blank.


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How is the pdf document created?  If it is being generated from a report, or Word document you can just change the color of the date font to white so that it is not visible in the pdf document.
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Hi
I found a solution for it by replacing the exact position of the date with a annotation layer using white font text. It is working but is a quick fix solution. I need to parse through the page and go through objects to the text object containing the date and delete it from the PDF file. How can I do it or is there any other way to delete the date from it.
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