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Old February 3rd, 2004, 11:50 AM
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Hi all friends.

I have to make the next application.

There is a PDF file called myFile.pdf, this file contains just one page, i can fill with data from the database (with one register) this file and this page of the file.

So, what i need is to insert n equals pages in the file and fill each page with different data from the database, so that i get a file with n pages according to the numbre of the registers i get from database.

Well i hope you be able to understand my problem and be able to give some ideas.

is possible make this?
there is another way which not be a PDF file but with same advantages of a PDF file???
there is a free DLL which can be make this ???

ThanX for all!!!!!!!!

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You may want to check out Crystal Reports; that sounds like something you could use for this project.

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