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Topic: Printing Prefs for Distiller in NT 4.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 71806
From: kimberly
Date: 9/5/2002 06:24 AM

How can you disable the option "Delete Log Files For Successful Jobs" for the Distiller (Acrobat 5.0 | Properties | Printing Preferences | Adobe PDF Settings) installed in NT 4.0. The window is accessible from 2000 and the Distiller properties, but that same window isn't accessible for Distiller when installed in NT 4.0. The only way to see these options is to hit Properties when printing through MS Word or another application, and then this screen appears. My question, how could we disable this option without the window appearing in NT 4.0, but still affecting the log file from getting deleted?

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