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Topic: Creating PDF file from EXCEL Worksheets
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 34477
From: ddg
Date: 2/9/2002 06:55 AM

I am having a problem working with Distiller 5.0. I open my EXCEL 2000 Workbook and programmatically select the worksheets that I wish to print. Then I send the output to the distiller driver.

What happens is that distiller comes up and asks for a file name and outputs the first worksheet to that filename, it then requests another file name via a dialog box and outputs the remaining sheets to that file. If you use the same name it wipes out the previously created file and if you change the name it creates a second file.

I can edit one file and append or insert the other file but I don't really want to do that.

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