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Creating & changing property of pdf file

Creating & changing property of pdf file

Creating & changing property of pdf file

(OP)
Do you know how to add and set custom property values in a pdf file using VB 6?
What I am trying to do is create and change custom property "PartNumber" and "Description" for a pdf file.
 

Bradley
SolidWorks Pro 2009 x64, SP2.0
PDMWorks Workgroup, SolidWorks BOM,
HP xw8600,
64-bit Windows Vista Business
Service Pack 1
Intel Xeon CPU, 3.00 GHz, 16 GB RAM, Virtual memory 166682 MB,
nVidia Quadro FX 4600 Driver 7.15.11.6956

RE: Creating & changing property of pdf file

Use the Microsoft DSOFile object.  It can add custom properties to files.

RE: Creating & changing property of pdf file

(OP)
TheTick,
Thank you so very much. Wish I could give you two stars.
The demo file Micrsoft created, allowed me to add properties to a word doc.
Thanks again.

Bradley
SolidWorks Pro 2009 x64, SP2.0
PDMWorks Workgroup, SolidWorks BOM,
HP xw8600,
64-bit Windows Vista Business
Service Pack 1
Intel Xeon CPU, 3.00 GHz, 16 GB RAM, Virtual memory 166682 MB,
nVidia Quadro FX 4600 Driver 7.15.11.6956

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