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Topic: Pro Engineer output to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55976
From: erikg
Date: 5/29/2002 05:16 PM

I am trying to setup a mapkey (script basically) that will be a "one click" for users to create a pdf file of the postscript file created by Pro/Engineer's plot/print function. I have tried doing this using ProE's mapkey generating utility, but the function dies when it gets to the point of selecting "Acrobat Distiller" as the printer to receive the output from ProE. I am wondering if anyone out there has attempted to do the same and come up with a way to do this. Acrobat has proven to be a great tool but I need to make it as simple as possible for general use out of the CAD apps we use.

Thanks,

Erik Gifford
Cliftronics, Inc.

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