Sorry for the stupid question, but I am really confused.
I went to the Acrobat SDK website and downloaded the zip file for SDK X for windows and after unzipping I have found a folder structure with no clue where to begin.
What do I need to install? Or should I just copy a certain dll somewhere?
Probably there are instructions somewhere in the documentation files, but could someone point me where? I really do not know where to begin reading.
A small overview of the folder structure (down to level 3) is as follows:
Acrobat 10 SDK \
Version 1 \
It is a very good tip, but to be honest, the information in the Documentation folder is overwhelming.
First of all there are two pdf files: pdf_reference.pdf (140 pages) and U3DElements.pdf (48 pages)
Second there is a zip file Acrobat10_0_HTMLHelp.zip which contains around 3500 html files.
What should I start reading first and how far should I read in order to be able to install the SDK?
Start with Introduction to SDK:
It's worth noting: sometimes you don't find what you are looking for because what you have isn't what you think you have.
The Acrobat SDK is information for developing with Acrobat. Documentation and samples. A few other things to help developers.
It is NOT a freestanding toolkit for working with PDFs.
Think Acrobat SDK = marketing tool for Acrobat.
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