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Topic: AVDocPrintPagesWithParams help requested
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51926
From: jvanva
Date: 5/29/2002 04:48 PM

Hello all,

Does anyone have a working sample of calling AVDocPrintPagesWithParams to print a file to a specified printer (postscript or nonpostscript) in Windows NT that they are willing to share?

I am trying to determine how to fill out the printerSpec fields to send the output to the printer. Sounds simple enough. Unfortunately, I can't find any working examples of how to do it. The example in the API ref only shows how to print to a file, not to a printer.

I am getting an unhandled exception error when I make the call, so I know something is missing. (I can't find anything that tells how to catch acrobat exceptions, but that's another question)

Thanks in advance for any help or code offerred.

Joseph Van Valen

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