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Most of the files scanned into our document management system are PDF, some are TIF.  DOC and XLS files may also be present.  I need to have a viewer application that will display all these types of files.  I need to be able to open the files in my application instead of their default application because I have a button that the user can click to report a bad document.

Any ideas on which components I can use to accomplish this?

Thanks,

David
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We're using ORACLE AutoVue, which supports viewing of hundreds of file types...
AutoVue Release 20.2

You can seemlessly integrate it in your Delphi application (ActiveX)....
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I was hoping for a solution that didn't require purchasing any new software.  I'll give this a look though.  Thanks!
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