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how to use my purchased Acrobat writer standard XI dll to use in C# to read write editable pdf forms

New Here ,
Jan 10, 2019 Jan 10, 2019

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how to use my purchased Acrobat writer standard XI dll to use in C# to read write editable pdf forms

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Adobe Employee , Jan 10, 2019 Jan 10, 2019

Yes, the SDK (and it’s use of IAC) are free – since it requires Acrobat to be present on the machine…

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Adobe Employee ,
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First – support for Acrobat XI ended over a year ago (https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-acrobat-xi-and-adobe-reader-xi-end-of-support/)

Second – The Acrobat SDK (https://www.adobe.com/devnet/acrobat.html) provides documentation on how to work with the product

Third – just in case, you should know that Acrobat is NOT licensed for servers

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New Here ,
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Thanks for reply.  Since we bought Acrobat standard XI,  can we use the acrobat SDK or IAC free of cost or it will require a license fee??

Can you please reply.

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