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Topic: RE: PDFMaker: Automation from Word97 VBA
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58134
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:30 PM


What was the object error number? Is it possible that you need to =reference
the PDFMakerX activex control? (not sure where it's stored in version =3,
but version four is in \Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat

Add it via the 'References..' menu item (in the Tools menu). If it's =not
listed then it's not registered properly.

Also you might want to post future questions to the Developers Forum.

> I have Adobe 3.0, PDFMaker 1.0 and Word97. I'd like to call the
> program that launches PDFMaker from another program in Word97 VBA. =In the
> help, it says to use GetStoredSettings() and DoPrintWithLinks(), but =when
> I do this I get an error: Object Required. Here´s my code:
> Call AdobePDFMaker.Autoexec.GetStoredSettings()
> Call AdobePDFMaker.PDFMaker.DoPrintWithLinks()
> I've tried putting different things in the parentheses, but nothing =seems
> to work, and the help on this is scant.

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