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Topic: acrobat distiller help needed
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 139483
From: santech
Date: 9/15/2005 09:31 PM

hiii All
I hav VB6 and win2k in my system..
plz ans me..

How to print a croped pdf file to get that file in exact size ?

I just croped from a full page pdf using quick pdf dll.

qpdf.LoadFromFile "c:\20050803A_001101.pdf"
qpdf.SetCropBox 10, 200, 200, 500
cid = qpdf.CapturePageEx(1, 1)
qpdf.DrawCapturedPage cid, 10, 200, 200, 500
qpdf.SaveToFile "..\..\new1.pdf"

After this I am getting the croped pdf but the size will remain the same as full page.
when we do distiller printing the size get reduce, but I don't know how to do that from
VB-6.0, I tried "AcroExch" object via silent printing but I couldn't get. I want to print
that croped pdf in silent mode.

thanx All in advance
san

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