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Topic: print change from Acrobat 5 to 6
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 158514
From: PostalGuy
Date: 3/1/2007 12:08 PM

I am trying to create a pdf using a custom object. This object was originally designed to create a pdf using PDFWriter and Acrobat 5. The filename was set by setting a registry key and when the object printed the file using a printer with PDFWriter as the driver the required pdf file was created. Now my customer has updated his system and is using the pdf printer with Acrobat 6. Unfortunately, the filename is not set and I get an error printing. Does anyone know how to set the filename for the Acrobat 6 printer when the document is created unattended and programmatically? Thanks.

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