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Topic: how to create hot folder to create pdf from quark
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 161468
From: bpozna
Date: 7/28/2007 07:08 AM

Is it possible to create a hot folder that I can drop 2-page spread quark
docs on that will generate pdf files for me? With the possibility of up to 30
or more files a day that need to be saved to pdf, it would be nice to not
have to open files up and export to pdf each time.

If so, does anyone know where I can find info on how to create a hot folder
to do this? I've used hot folders to print before, but don't know how they
were created.

(using quark 6.5, acrobat 7 pro on mac osX platform)

thanks to anyone who can help!


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