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Topic: The PDF file to send the printer without using Acrobat Reader printing function (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 32713
From: gxu
Date: 1/12/2002 05:31 AM


I use the pdflib c library of the generated a pdf file in the
memeory or in the disc. For an example, if I use the pdflib generated the
pdf file in the memory or the disc, then I have a button say "Print", if I
press the button it will allow me to print the
pdf file which I just generated in the memory or the disc without opening
the Acrobat print function. How can I send the PDF file in the memory to the
printer? Which command or what methods can be connected to the printer with
PDF file in the memory.
We use c and C++ with MFC language. The platform is Window 2000.
Any suggestions will be welcome.

Thank you in advance for your great assistance.

Grace Xu
Application Developer
State Street Bank, USA

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