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Topic: Acrobat Application Error with OLE
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 33326
From: Brigitte Jacob
Date: 1/22/2002 07:26 PM

Hello,

I need help concerning Acrobat as OLE Automation Server.

I want to programmatically print an embedded pdf document in Lotus Notes. The document prints correctly, but when I try to close the document with avdoc.close, I get an application error.

The program code is the following:

set AcroExchApp = CreateObject("AcroExch.App")
set acroExch = obj.activate(true)
set avDoc = AcroExchApp.getActiveDoc
set pddoc = avdoc.getPDDoc
iNumPages = PDDoc.GetNumPages
AVDoc.printPagesSilent 0, iNumPages - 1, 2, True, true
AVDoc.close
set AVDoc = nothing
set PDDoc = nothing
acroExchApp.Exit
set acroExchApp = nothing

The problem is not in the printing part. I tested the program without printing the document. Just opened the document and closed it, and then got the application error.

Does anybody have an idea?

Brigitte Jacob

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