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With newer versions of Visual Studio, Microsoft no longer allows statically linking to the CRT for .NET components. To get everything working, installing the VC++ runtime is not necessary, instead required DLLs (e.g. MSVCP100.DLL & MSVCR100.DLL) can simply be copied into the same folder where PDFNet.DLL is located. There is no dll registration needed. A utility called Dependency Walker can help you to identify which two DLLs are required.
The PDFNet x64 library is for targeting frameworks 2.0 - 3.5. Since your building .net 4 or 4.5, you should use PDFNet for .Net 4. If there is some reason to use the .Net 2 assembly, the following article might help. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3179028/mixed-mode-assembly-in-net-4
If you are using a direct reference to PDFNet.dll, please ensure that your reference is pointing to the correct version (32-bit vs 64-bit) of the PDFNet dll. Also check and ensure that 'copylocal' is set to true for the assembly reference in the project.
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