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Topic: Keeping Office programs minimized when creating PDFs?
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 114107
From: djlerman
Date: 6/25/2004 04:39 AM

I have win2000, Office 2002 and Acrobat 6.0.0.5 Professional.

My job is to convert lots and lots of documents to PDF and then combine them into a single PDF. I have a few questions:

Here is how I do it; open a directory in explorer, select which documents to convert, right click and select "convert to PDF".

I have run into a few problems.
- It limits the number of files I can convert to 20, how do expand this?
- How do I stop Office documents from maximizing when in the conversion process?
- Is there a way to convert in the background?
- Distiller for .PS files and watched folders is great. Is there a program that will do the same for Office Documents?


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