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clear loaded acrobat file in windows form

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How can I clear the image that is displaying in the acrobat form?      AxAcroPDF1.LoadFile(currentfilename)

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Question by:running32
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srinivasbn earned 500 total points
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Hi running32,

I think you can't do that.
to make that possible you have to have two ways.
1. Load another file
2. Dispose AxAcroPDF1 as AxAcroPDF1.Dispose() and again add the same component programmatically to the form.


Srinivas.
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I'll hide it then.  Thanks
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