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Topic: Print-to-file in Adobe 6 gives 'do not send fonts to Distiller' e
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 119053
From: sjkinsella
Date: 9/22/2004 08:29 PM

I am trying to print Excel to Adobe 6 using VB. The code is supposed to print to file with this line:

ActiveSheet.PrintOut , printtofile:=True

This line does not run but gets a message from Adobe PDF:
"When you create a Postscript file you have to send the host fonts. Please go to printer properties, "Adobe PDF settings" page and turn OFF the option "do not send fonts to Distiller""

BUT - despite this message Adobe 6 doesn’t have "do not send fonts to Distiller". It does have " do not send fonts to Adobe PDF". I have turned this off ... But it makes no difference - I still get the message.

Can someone explain how I can get print-to-file in Adobe 6 from VB?

Thank you for your help

Stephen Kinsella

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