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Topic: Automate creating pdf-files via script in Visual Basic
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 72746
From: bjeurink
Date: 9/20/2002 07:42 PM

Hello.
I'm not a specialist in programming. I'm searching for a reason (script) to automate creating pdf - files via script in "cognos script editor" for a long time now.
The program "cognos script editor" is a OLE 2.0 compatible script program like visual Basic.
My problem is, that I don´t know, how I
can via script
- set or respectively change the printer path (I mean the output-path for the created pdf- files)
and how I can
- save the pdf- file using variables for the pdf-file-name.

Please, can anybody helps me by solving this problem and write a little script for me?

Please updating me.

Best regards

Björn Jeurink


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