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Find Active X control to combine Multiple Pdf's into one pdf

.net 2003

Find Active X control to combine Multiple Pdf's into one pdf.
But do this thorugh .net code....not a gui interface...
Does Adobe offer an sdk that will do this ?
Does one exist ?

Thanks
fordraiders
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NBSO_ISSCommented:
Have you seen DynamicPDF" Merger for .NET?

http://www.cete.com/Products/MergerForNET/Examples.csp#MergePDFs
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NBSO_ISSCommented:
There is another available here...

http://www.guangmingsoft.net/PDFSplitMerge/
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NBSO_ISSCommented:
There are several others here ad differing costs...

http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/Best/vb_net-pdf.html

(note: some of the programs listed do not contain the MERGE functionality)
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NBSO_ISSCommented:
It seems that you can use the Adobe Active X control for free...

http://www.codeproject.com/miscctrl/acroview.asp

According to the Adobe web site...
"For VB.NET and web pages, you'll want to look at the Acrobat/Reader ActiveX control"
http://www.adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx/.3bc44ae9
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