Hi Thanks for ur article, I was really in a bad need of it But is that code support bookmarks? Were there any specific steps that you followed to cause things to break? You must Sign In to use this message board.
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I wrote a batch file that will do this for you: I want to find the acrobat reader path.
I have tried alot adobee other vieweres but they don't support that Thanks in advance. How do i disable rightclick, printing and saving for this control? Message 6 of 8. I would like to get to the bottom of this error and find the actual source of the trouble.
c# - Find a text using the Adobe Reader ActiveX control? - Stack Overflow
Net which requirs integration of office viewer activex control with the application to provide restricted usage of documents opened. Please type xctivex message and try again. If i move the Adobe-Toolbar around the document e.
I've tried many different ways, but it doesn't seem possible. You can now drop a TPdf component onto your form and use it however you like.
Please visit our new home community. As far as I can tell, it was a registry issue, not a registration issue. We want to be able to turn it on conttrol then reset it to the previous setting when our application ends so our application doesn't force the user to keep the setting just because our application needs it which is what we do today for Message 3 of 8.
I have run the installation repair from the Help menu in both Reader and Acrobat to no avail.
Tuesday, June activvex, 4: Post as a guest Name. Double-clicking the file in the explorer opens the file in ShareMode "Read", therefore it works. I will use Putsrc instead of LoadFilebut how can I be sure that it works always and what is the difference between Putsrc and LoadFile anyway?
I am posting here prior to raising the issue through CC for Teams support in hopes that someone is aware of a solution or workaround.
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Conclusion I hope that this article has helped those of you who want to use PDF files within your readet applications and only have the Acrobat Reader. Also see the discussion regarding possible issues on x64 platform: You might want to look at Acrobat settings to see if it will let you have multiple instance.
Is there any other way around this issue? Tuesday, June 6, 7: The content you requested has been removed. ActiveX filtering is not causing the issue.