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Topic: Creating PDF within an Excel Macro
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 111495
From: gglgiggles
Date: 5/15/2004 02:24 AM

I have read a number of entries where I have learned that there is no macro support for the PDFMaker in Excel. I also learned that I would need to first print to Distiller to create the postscript file and then convert it to PDF.

I am not a very good at creating Excel macros and would appreceiate it if someone can show me sample code for doing the above. My macro needs to create a PDF with a specific name and location for a range of the worksheet.

My company does have the SDK, but I haven't been able to understand how this would help me.

Any and all help would be appreciated.

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