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Topic: Supress pdf opening after saving via code
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 153763
From: pduffner
Date: 8/30/2006 04:32 AM

All,

I am new to forum. I have to change some VBA code because a client has upgraded to Adobe 7.0 Pro. I have changed code to suppress 'save as' when creating a pdf using help I have found in these forums.

The file is created via Access report and a DoCmd.OpenReport is performed. Adobe creates the file puts it where I want it, loops to the next file, continues, all good. A new side effect is it opens each pdf I have written. I don't want it to open the file. Can anyone help? I did try turning off ViewPDFFile in the registry under PDFMaker but this did not work.

Thanks In Advance,
Pat


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