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Topic: HTML to pdf batch converting
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 32678
From: kaare
Date: 1/12/2002 12:27 AM

Hi there!

I know this topic has been up before, but back then in 2000 the final answer that I needed didnt really show up. Therefore this topic ones more.

My problem is simple: I have 411 html documents with no links, which I need to convert into 411 pdf files.

That is, I need some batch converting in which no confirmation for each file is necessary. 

I have tried the html2pdf but for some reason i didnt work well as with html2ps. The error could be my handling, but I figures that this feature should somehow be a part of the Acrobat solution. 

Have I missed something obvious or what?

Best regards, Kaare
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Kaare Brandt Petersen
Webmaster, DUPI * http://www.dupi.dk


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