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Topic: Auto Report Generation
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 126476
From: fllamb
Date: 1/28/2005 01:20 AM

I'm new to using Adobe Acrobat and I have been tasked with developing a method to automatically create a single pdf file from multiple source files with "one click". The source files are Word 2002 documents, MS Access 2002 snapshots, html pages, and pdf's. Having no prior experience in Acrobat other than viewing files in the reader I was hoping someone could steer me in the right direction to get me going. Basically they want a one click application to do this. I was going to develop a C# .NET application for this but perhaps Acrobat or Distiller is already capable of doing this and I haven't come across it yet in my reading. Any help on this to get me started would be very helpful. Thanks in advance.

Lamar


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