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Topic: Designating default file name for Distiller output
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52746
From: HPABR
Date: 5/29/2002 04:54 PM

When using Acrobat PDFWriter, I could suppress the "Print As" dialogue box and designate a path and filename for printer output with the following code placed in the WIN.INI file (Windows 98).

[Acrobat PDFWriter]
PDFFilename=C:\_jrpo\webreps\aaf.pdf
C:\_jrpo\webreps\aaf.pdf
bDocInfo=0

Now, I'm using Acrobat Distiller. I've suppressed the "Print As" dialogue box and designated a path for printer output by setting the relevant Distiller properties. But I haven't yet found out how I can designate my own file name for printer output.

Can you offer any advice?

Thanks.


Peter Aitken
Benchmark Research
457 Mount Auburn Street, #5
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone/Fax: (617) 492-6067

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