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I have created a perl script for filling PDF form using CAM::PDF module. For GUI I have used Tk Module. I have successfully done that script, it works well as per my expectation.

But now I want to run that script in users machine, which are all not having perl installed. So I try to create exe using PAR module.

Exe is working in my system well but it is not working in the users system.

I have checked all CAM::PDF dependencies and add those in my argument file

FYR: Below I have pasted the dependencies list i used in my argument file

-M Tk -M Win32 -M File::Basename -M Data::UUID -M File::BOM -M Tk::Dialog -M Tk::Balloon -M Tk::Labelframe -M Tk::Message -M Tk::Spinbox -M Tk::Text -M CAM::PDF -M Getopt::Long -M Tie::Hash::NamedCapture -M English -M Test::More -M Crypt::RC4 -M Text::PDF -M Compress::Zlib -M Digest::MD5 -M Pod::Usage -M Cwd

please anybody can help us to solve this problem

Thanks in Advance

Srikrishnan R.

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