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We are modifying an existing VB 6 app. We have code to create an RTF file from data in an Access db.
What is a NICE, SIMPLE component that will take RTF input either from disk or memory buffer, and write
its contents as a .pdf file?

We only need one thing for 500 points: a product name.

NOTE: Please don't say VSView, since it only accepts VSView-created stuff as input, and not RTF.

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