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Topic: Print PDF Without Displaying it from Web App
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 107502
From: C-Heitke
Date: 3/11/2004 12:56 PM

Hi, I've been asked to consider printing PDFs from a Web application we are building where the client does not want to view it first. We are doing most of our development in C# and asp.Net and will be using ActivePDF Toolkit for backend filling, flattening, etc.

Does anybody have any ideas how this could be done? From the Server I would have to get ahold of their default printer name (if possible), and then direct the output PDF to that somehow, but don't I have to bring the PDF up in reader first?

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