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Topic: Setting Job Options
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59264
From: benezet
Date: 5/29/2002 05:37 PM

When I create a postscript file on my Mac at home I can select the job options at print time through either the Apple or Adobe print driver. When at work, I use Windows NT. There is no option to select PrintOptimized, ScreenOptimized, etc. when printing using the Acrobat Distiller printer. The only way I figured to get around this is to print to a watched folder which can have job options attached. Is there another way to do this? Also, I do not like the PDFWriter driver so this is not an option.

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