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Topic: DDE Print, num copies not supported? Workarounds?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 129553
From: nausetsurf
Date: 3/17/2005 05:59 AM

Hi All,

It seems that none of the DDE APIS that are supported in the Reader include a 'number of copies' argument.

It that true?

As a workaround, I'm thinking of just calling the FilePrintTo command multiple times. Are there better ways of achieving this? What are the potential pitfalls of using this approach?

Does the FilePrintToEx command help out in this case? It the API description leads me to believe that all the Ex() versions do a better job of queuing commands. Is there a downside to using the Ex() commands?

Many Thanks,

Matthew Belamarich


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