How to export interactive pdf?

hi,
pls help me,how to export interactive pdf?
thanks,
vijay

Hi Vijay,
you can use following commands to export the interactive PDF
InterfacePtr<ICommand> pPDFExportCmd(CmdUtils::CreateCommand(kInteractivePDFExportCmdBoss));
if (pPDFExportCmd == nil)
     break;
InterfacePtr<IInteractivePDFExportPrefs> pExportPrefs(pPDFExportCmd, IID_IINTERACTIVEPDFEXPORTPREFS );
if (pExportPrefs == nil)
     break;
instead of
InterfacePtr<ICommand> pPDFExportCmd(CmdUtils::CreateCommand(kPDFExportCmdBoss));
if (pPDFExportCmd == nil)
     break;
InterfacePtr<IPDFExportPrefs> pExportPrefs(pPDFExportCmd, IID_IPDFEXPORTPREFS);
if (pExportPrefs == nil)
     break; 
and then set the export options through api IInteractivePDFExportPrefs
Hope this helps.
Regards
Farzana.

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