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Topic: is this possible?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 77096
From: cow
Date: 11/23/2002 07:06 AM

ok, here is the problem. we have a pdf document stored on a local workstation. the document contains two fields (room # and expiration date) that are changed each time i print the file. i open the file in acrobat reader, change the two fields and then send it to a remote printer. the printing process takes up to 5mins. i need to get this document to print as fast as possible.

is it possible to for me to store this document on a remote server, change the two fields (through an html form) and then send it to a remote printer...all without having to open the document on my workstation?

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