is it possible to use SDK in ANSI C language?

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Mar 18, 2019

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Hello,

my software is written in ANSI C (CVI Labwindows enviroment) and I like to display a pdf for production help.

I like to overlay information over the pdf for a production step.

I need to remove the information and may display another. (for another production step)

I need to find an exact position, where the info appears. (not by counting pixels)

I did not find examples for ANSI C, no .lib or .dll

Is there any way with the SDK?

Best regards,

Daniel

The Acrobat SDK requires that Adobe Acrobat is installed on the machine. When present, you can easily interact with it best from C, by writing a plugin to Acrobat.

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is it possible to use SDK in ANSI C language?

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Hello,

my software is written in ANSI C (CVI Labwindows enviroment) and I like to display a pdf for production help.

I like to overlay information over the pdf for a production step.

I need to remove the information and may display another. (for another production step)

I need to find an exact position, where the info appears. (not by counting pixels)

I did not find examples for ANSI C, no .lib or .dll

Is there any way with the SDK?

Best regards,

Daniel

The Acrobat SDK requires that Adobe Acrobat is installed on the machine. When present, you can easily interact with it best from C, by writing a plugin to Acrobat.

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