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Lebans Report To PDF question

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Stephen Lebans A2000SnapshotToPDFVer751 sample makes use of the dynapdf.dll file ... can I legally deploy this file
along with my application, or do I need to purchase something from DynaForms? I looked on the site, and in the zip file
but could find no info about this.

Thanks,
Scott
Nov 6 '06 #1
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I purchased a license from Dynaforms and negotiated their permission to
allow Access users/developers to redistribute their PDF Library with your
application, whether private or commercial, without cost or obligation. This
is explained in the copyright statements foudn in the sample ReportToPDF
MDB.

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Stephen Lebans
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Stephen Lebans A2000SnapshotToPDFVer751 sample makes use of the
dynapdf.dll file ... can I legally deploy this file
along with my application, or do I need to purchase something from
DynaForms? I looked on the site, and in the zip file
but could find no info about this.

Thanks,
Scott

Nov 6 '06 #2

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On Mon, 06 Nov 2006 15:52:21 GMT, "Stephen Lebans" <ForEmailGotoMy.WebSite.-WWWdotlebansdot...@linvalid.comwrote:
>I purchased a license from Dynaforms and negotiated their permission to
allow Access users/developers to redistribute their PDF Library with your
application, whether private or commercial, without cost or obligation. This
is explained in the copyright statements foudn in the sample ReportToPDF
MDB.
Thanks, I missed this on the first look (was looking for a .txt file with the copyright notice) but I see it now on the
form in the db. Thank you for your efforst in the Access community, they are much appreciated.

Scott McDaniel
scott@takemeout_infotrakker.com
www.infotrakker.com
Nov 6 '06 #3

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