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Topic: Adobe Starts after using PDF Writer
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51609
From: amcamx
Date: 5/29/2002 04:46 PM

I am using the PDF Writer driver to print FoxPro reports to a PDF File. Every time I run my application and it exports the report to file (using the PDF Writer driver) it starts Adobe Acrobat. This was not the case at first, it would write the file and then go on to the next file to write. The only way that I have found to stop this is to uninstall and then reinstall the Adobe PDF Writer Driver. This seems a bit sever because I will be spending my days doing this just so that I can write out these files. (Also, this is happening on other machines and applications, not just mine). Are there any settings or switches in the PDF Writer that controls this behavior or maybe even a registry setting ? Any help would really be appreciated.

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