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Topic: RE: unchecking the 'Fit to Page' printing option
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58680
From: carlosg
Date: 5/29/2002 05:34 PM

AcroApp.GetPreference (15)
AcroApp.SetPreference 15, 1

If you want to work around Preference 15, this is the way. The problem
is we don't know which one is Preference 15.

This is the way Acrobat works. It uses numbers, not strings when it
refers to it's preferences.
Unfortunately, I haven't found a way to match preference names with
their index number.
Weird, because Preference names are listed... but can't be used
afterwards

For a = 1 to 100
Debug.Print AcroApp.GetPreference(a)
Next a

This will list you all the values from preferences. You'll have to
guess which is which (tough job!... by the way)

Carlos




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