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Topic: Problem printing PDF pages from Voloview Express (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 71791
From: Scribe
Date: 9/5/2002 03:56 AM

I've just installed VoloView Express 2.01 (Build 811) on a
Windows 98 machine in order to view some dwg files and print them to Acrobat
(VoloView Express is distributed by AutoCad as a free reader for AutoCad

I am using version 5 of Adobe Acrobat.

The files view correctly in VoloView Express and the print-to-distiller
process appears to start correctly but it does not complete and no PDF file
is generated.

I do not receive any error messages.

As far as I can tell, the necessary text files are in the same folder as the
subject dwg files.

I'm on a very tight deadline to produce these PDF files so any suggestions
would be greatly appreciated. (HELP!!)
I can be reached at:

Many thanks,
Val Lennox

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