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Topic: PDDoc.Save parameters
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55209
From: Erik_B
Date: 5/29/2002 05:11 PM

In Lotus Notes, you can embed a pdf as an object. I want to open this object in acrobat and save it to the disk. Itīs no problem to open it, change the properties for it, etc. But the PDDoc.Save method doesīnt work for me. In Notes, you canīt use the constants per se, you have to replace them by numbers. I have used this line, with no success:

PDDoc.Save(1, strFilnamn)

where strFilnamn is the path

Does anybody have a clue how I can accomplish this in Notes?

Regards/


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