I have created a form in Adobe Acrobat Pro 9 where I have assigned values to checkboxes. I have managed to sum the total of the checkboxes, which is displayed ina separate textbox, but now I need to calculate the percentage of that against the total. CAn anyone help?

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I referenced Acrobat.dll in a simple C# Console program, and then wrote a couple of lines of codes to run Acrobat. CAcroApp mApp = new AcroAppClass(); Console.WriteLine("Acrobat is running"); bool bClose = mApp.CloseAllDocs(); bool bExit = mApp.Exit(); However, while CloseAllDocs() return true, Exit() always return false. And accordingly I can still see Acrobat process running in the Task Manager. However, once the program ends, the process also gets killed automatically. How can I make it so that I can close Acrobat process from within the program without having to exit the program as well?

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I am trying to extract all the images in a PDF and then convert them into DIB format using an Acrobat plugin. First part is easy. I extract all the contents in the PDF, then iterate through them and whenever I find a PDEImage, I put them in an array. But I am clueless about how to go about the second part. Looks like all the AVConversion methods allow you to convert a whole page of a PDF, not just images, into other formats. Is there any way I can accomplish this task? Thanks in advance!

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vista home premium Adobe CS5 Design Premium Acrobat X Pro Dell desktop (silvery gray):) Everything on my machines is properly licensed and registered. EVERY time I launch Acrobat X Pro I get, "MS Visual C++ Runtime Error Acrobat X/.../Acrobat.exe This app has requested Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way." It runs when I hold down shift and click the icon, but with very limited functionality. Adobe knows of the problem, its all over their forums. I've tried everything suggested there and have contacted CS, and they say the same stuff that is posted on the forums. Then they …

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Hello for all i want to collected data from pdf form inserted in excel spredsheet i try many methode and some program for (PDF to Excel) but not work i have acrobat x pro and my pdf form (text,number ,pictures). and get data for all it's possible if any body have idea

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I have a new PC with Window 7 and have successfully loaded Acrobat 9 pro - but a lot of the Acrobat functionality is now missing (it all worked under the XP platform). For example, when creating a form, using a buttom with an 'Execute menu item' command is not possible - it's blank actually. As this is the most useful tool within Acrobat forms it's really annoying. I have upgraded to 9.4.1 which is supposed to be Window 7 compatible but no luck. I've unistalled and reinstalled and called Adobe support (4 hours!) and still no solution. Can anyone …

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I have been waiting for three days now for someone in the IT department where I work to update Acrobat so that I can use it. I don't know why they're taking so long because all they need to do is log in as an administrator then click "update" on Adobe Air. It could easily be done through remote access and they're only one floor down. All I need Acrobat for is to save a PDF into an image but without those images, I can't update one of the pages on the site and that particular page is an important …

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Still using Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader? Maybe it is time to switch to something that's not glowing red on the bad guy radar, or which is more securely coded depending upon how you look at these things. Yes, Adobe has admitted that there is yet another possible zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Reader, oh deep joy. David Lenoe of Adobe [URL="http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/2009/12/new_adobe_reader_and_acrobat_v.html"]confirms[/URL] "...Adobe received reports of a vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.2 and earlier versions being exploited in the wild" adding that the company is "currently investigating this issue and assessing the risk to our customers" and …

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Adobe has issued a security advisory following the discovery of what it describes as a "critical vulnerability" which exists within the current versions of Flash Player (v9.0.159.0 and v10.0.22.87) across all platforms, Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems, The same vulnerability can be found within the authplay.dll component that ships with Adobe Reader and Acrobat v9.x for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX operating systems and has the potential to cause a crash which could then allow an attacker to take control of the system. Well, I say potential, but [URL="http://www.adobe.com/support/security/advisories/apsa09-03.html"]Adobe admits[/URL] that there are "reports that this vulnerability is being actively …

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