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Topic: Converting FDF to PDF using OLE Automation
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52448
From: bradaugust
Date: 5/29/2002 04:52 PM

I am working on a project that has clients that need to print forms with data from a database. I need the forms to have pages from several documents. This requires the use of Acrobat and not Reader. To avoid having the client use Acrobat, I have created a process the uses OLE automation to open the FDF and save it as a PDF. The client can then read and print the PDF using Reader.
The problem is if there is an error in the FDF a message box is opened saying there is an error press OK. The program stops until ok is pressed. This process needs to be automated for no user interaction. The program also must handle simple errors.
Does anyone know how I can avoid getting prompts from acrobat?


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