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Topic: Re: Command line printing in Windows Problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56674
From: teryk
Date: 5/29/2002 05:20 PM

Upgrade to version 5.0. This is a bug in previous versions that has been
fixed in this release.


At 05:16 PM 5/10/01 -0400, you wrote:
>From: "Ming"
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>I am developing an application where a pdf file is generated (with dynamic
>text and static background image) and printed under Windows without user
>intervention. I am calling the Acrobat Reader with /p /h in command lines
>to get it printed. However, the printing job get extremely big (250k file
>gets 15M), apparently because the acrobat command line always print the
>file using postscript level 1 setting (If I print the file inside Acrobat
>and chose postscript level 2, the job is about 360k).
>Is there any solution to get around this problem? A command line option
>(like -level2 in the Unix version of Acrobat Reader), or some other
>printing package.
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