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Topic: How to physically print multiple PDFs
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 74340
From: k642093
Date: 10/17/2002 12:27 AM

Situation:
PDF files are created with their file names as descriptive titles in a single directory.

I have created VBA code to do the following:
1) Dynamically inspect the directory for all .pdf files
2) Dynamically create a Word document that has a line of text containing the title of each .pdf file and is a link to that file.
3) Convert the resulting Word document into a PDF. This document effectively becomes a table of contents page that allows users to point and click to open any .pdf file he wants.

Problem:
I also want to create a method (preferably button driven) on the table of contents page to physically print the entire list of .pdf files. I would like the printouts to be in the same order as they are listed on the table of contents page.

Can anyone help? Is this an Adobe function I haven't discovered? Do I need a 3rd party utility?

Thanks in advance,
Rick from Iowa


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