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One very important note is that ConvertITP.EXE is both an executable application AND an ActiveX component. That is, the file, ConvertITP.EXE, can be ran as a stand alone application, and, can be referenced as a component within your development environment.
In development environments such as VBA you may use something similar to the lines of code below to create an instance of the 'Convert Image to PDF' application object:
Dim oConvertImageToPDFObject as Object
Set oConvertImageToPDFObject = CreateObject("ConvertITP.clsConvertImageToPDF")
For Visual Basic users, simply make a reference to the ConvertITP.EXE file in
the Tools\References menu item. Once done you will have access to the ConvertITP
component. Here is some sample code illustrating its usage:
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Set citp = New ConvertITP.clsConvertImageToPDF
citp.Key = "" ' Assign Key To the 'Final Key', given upon purchase/registration.
' Run by the command line. See 'Convert Image to PDF' documentation for a full listing of
' switches and options.
' Convert TestImage.BMP to Output.PDF, specify bitmap input by using /F0.
' Verbose output with /V. Remove /V to make it completely silent.
lRetVal = citp.DoCommandLine("/sE:\delme\TestImage.BMP /TE:\delme\Output.PDF /F0 /V")
' Example of specifying a 'Conversion Job File'
' lRetVal = citp.DoCommandLine("/j""E:\delme\cj.sii""")
' DoCommandLine() Return Values
' 0 = Success
' -1 = Shareware expired
' -2 = Command line String Emtpy or invalid
' -3 = Missing required command line argument(s)
If (lRetVal = 0) Then
Set citp = Nothing
0 = Success
-1 = Shareware expired
-2 = Command line String empty or invalid
-3 = Missing required command line argument(s)
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