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wildbill57
Bethlehem, GA USA
Rank: Cadet 3rd Year



Real Name:  Bill Allen
Primary Role:  Coder
Company:  Allen Backflow Cal & Testing
Joined: Mar 2008 (11 years ago)
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Editing pdf files with VB or VB.net
I want to edit the text boxes and check boxes in PDF files with VB, using data from a database and user input. What methods or tools would you suggest? Is there a straightforward way to find the location (address or position in the pdf file) of standard objects in a pdf file? Thank You! Bill
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10 years ago
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Editing text boxes in PDF with VB !
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11 years ago
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Can VB4 and VB6 coexist?
I uave Visual Studio with MSDN ver 6 installed on my main PC (W2K) and have to interface with a 16 bit DLL for a product that I am using. The product developers tel me that VB4 in 16 bit mode is required to access the DLL, since it was written in that mode (quite a while ago). I'd llike to upgrade the interface software but it would cost me about $500! I have VB4 and wonder if I can put it on the computer also - hence the question about having both VB4 and VS6 installed at the same time. Or should I use a different box then just copy the .exe when I have it ready? Thanks, Bill Allen 678-717-8590 allenbh *at* alltel.net
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11 years ago

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Hi Mike, Happy Easter! Thanks for the great reply! I want to avoid confusion or overwriting of controls, DLL's or other objects. A VB4 package is on its way (cheap$) and I will be time travelling to the past soon enough. I will make sure it installs in a distinctly separate folder. Thanks, Bill
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RE: Can VB4 and VB6 coexist?
Hi Mike, Happy Easter! Thanks for the great reply! I want to avoid confusion or overwriting of controls, DLL's or other objects. A VB4 package is on its way (cheap$) and I will be time travelling to the past soon enough. I will make sure it installs in a distinctly separate folder. Thanks, Bill
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