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Posted on 2013-12-02
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I'm using AxAcroPDF control to display and print a PDF File. I use the following code:
        AxAcroPDF1.LoadFile("c:\temp\amazon.pdf")
        AxAcroPDF1.setView("Fit")
        AxAcroPDF1.setShowToolbar(False)
        AxAcroPDF1.setShowScrollbars(False)

The fact is that when the document is displayed appears a grey bar over it, at bottom side, with zoom, navegate and show toolbar options for some seconds and appears again whenever I do "mouse over" the document. How can I deactivate that grey bar?
I need the user can see only the first page of the document and print it pressing a form button.
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Question by:leorocha
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by:Christopher Kile
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Then display the document, build some button code to call PrintPages(0, 0), and quit worrying about the bar, which will not print using this function.
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by:leorocha
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Yes I've done that, but I need to hide that bar. But it seems that is impossible
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Christopher Kile earned 500 total points
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You can't hide the bar without changing the code of the viewer; there appears .  You can print the document without the bar appearing in the output.  Based on my 30 years of experience, if you tell the user to ignore the bar then most of them will; based on about 7 years of using PDF viewers in our applications, which all had a similar bar when moused over, we had no incidents related to this issue.  In conclusion, I believe you'll be ok without removing it, and I don't believe you'll encounter problems due to its presence other than the occasional user complaining that this is there.  Sorry if this is bad news.
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