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Topic: Printing PDF files in batch using command line
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55936
From: aruns
Date: 5/29/2002 05:15 PM

Hi,

We are printing pdf files using acrord32 /t in
DOS prompt. We are using Windows 2000 Server.
The problem is

When acrobat reader plug-in is opened in IE 5.0
browser, this command will hang & after that
we are not able to print. Otherwise this command
works fine. After that we need to kill acrobat reader process running (which kills the plug-in invoked
by IE) to execute the command successfully.
Which means, this command is clashing with the
plug-in.

Is there any better way to do this ??? will /t/h
parameter serves our purpose ???

Thanks & Regards,
Arun

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