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Topic: Acrobat Distiller API in Access VBA
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 113478
From: Banyardi
Date: 6/16/2004 09:51 AM

Can anyone point me to a clear example of how to progammatically invoke an Access report and save it as a PDF file?

I have a report in MS Access 2000 that I need to create multiple PDF files based on changing input criteria. I know how to create a report object in Access VBA and populate the report, and I know how to create a Distiller object using the ACRODISTXLib API. I see the method that I want to use:
Function FileToPDF(strInputPostScript As String, strOutputPDF As String, strJobOptions As String) As Integer
What I am not seeing is how to create the Bit stream from the report into the strInputPostScript input parm.


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