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Topic: Auto scan a document with acrobat 6
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 125950
From: studiosoft
Date: 1/21/2005 02:18 AM

Hi everybody,
I have this question...:
I use the command 'acrord32.exe /p /h c:\path\file.pdf' to auto print a pdf document with acrobat reader on the default printer and its works well.

Now I am searching the same kind of command to use acrobat.exe (writer ver. 6) to auto SCAN a document with default twain driver and auto save it in a file name given: f.e. 'acrobat.exe /s c:\path\namefilescanned.pdf' (this example doesn't work, it is only to understand what kind of command I am looking for...)

Is there anybody can help me?

Thanks in advance.
alex


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