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Topic: PDFwriter from an NT service
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55653
From: sjoyce
Date: 5/29/2002 05:14 PM

I have an application that runs as a service in NT. It creates reports that I would like to have saved as PDFs so they can be e-mailed. I have explored with PDFwriter and got past the step of having to enter file names (set the registry with Acrobat 4.0).

However, when I had the service try to print to a file, it generated a PDFwriter error. Is there a way to overcome this with either Distiller or PDFwriter? My only real rule is that it needs to be completely programatic, and it has to work for services.

Thanks!
Steve

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