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generate thumbnail images from pdf documents in asp

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Is there anyway you can create a thumbnail image from a pdf document using classic asp?
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If you can install imagemagick you can do it through a command line via classic asp http://www.imagemagick.org/  Image magick is open source.   You can also using something more straight forward like asppdf http://www.asppdf.com/manual_14.html but that will set you back $300.
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