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Topic: FDF to Postscript then PDF using Distiller
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53279
From: anthony2001
Date: 5/29/2002 04:57 PM

Hi all, need help

I use this command to print FDF to Postscript file,
the FDF files is Template-Based FDF:

"c:\program files\adobe\Acrobat 5.0 Acrobat\Acrobat" /t aml_2001-10-11.fdf "Acrobat Distiller" "AdobePS Acrobat Distiller"

If I run that command in computer with Acrobat 5, it open acrobat and the template with FDF data, then stop. BUT if I open the template firstly and save as (with same name), it run properly.

It I run it in computer with Acrobat 4, it run properly BUT it always asks whether want to save the file (temp file) or not. I want it to run automatically.

does anyone has the same experience?
any idea? comments, advise appreciated.

OR is there Another Way to do this job? I know "acrobat /t", it is not supported by Acrobat.

thanks a lot,
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