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Topic: Creating PDF from Excel macro with specfied filename
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 111820
From: u742884
Date: 5/20/2004 08:35 AM

I can make this work using Adobe 4.05, but recently got "upgraded" to 6.0. In 4.05, my code worked like this:

application.ActivePrinter = "Acrobat PDFWriter on LPT1:"
ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut PrinttoFile:=True, _
Prtofilename:=Worksheets("Settings").Range("Output").Value & Worksheets("Settings").Range("CurrStore4").Value

where Worksheets("Settings").Range("Output").Value = my path and Worksheets("Settings").Range("CurrStore4").Value = my filename.

I tried replacing the first line with new Adobe 6 "printer" to be:
application.ActivePrinter = "Adobe PDF on Ne07:"

which is what I got when I recorded but it does not work. I don't get an error message, but I don't get a PDF file either.

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