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Topic: PDFWriter API
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55650
From: Jassi
Date: 5/29/2002 05:14 PM

Morning All,

I'm still trying to automate the creation of Word doc's to pdf using vb.

I've now started to look at the PDFWriter API stuff. The SDK tells you what registry settings to use. I've created an app, that can read\change the registry settings.

The manual does not tell you how to invoke PDFWriter once you have put these settings in. Also, you can put in a path and folder name to point to the file you want converted using the PDFFileName registry setting.

I believe PDFWriter will then create the PDF document in the same directory with the same title, Just the extension changes. Is there a setting that can be used to actually chage the pdf file name and location ?

Your help would be much appreciated.

Jas

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