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Topic: remote print of pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 77292
From: Harristonian
Date: 11/27/2002 07:35 PM

Hello All,

I am trying to remotely print pdf's via a dos command line. Is this possible??

Here is the scenario - I have set up a batch schedule to open, refresh and then ftp a series of reports (in pdf format) for publication on an intranet.

What I want to be able to do is script remote printing to be able to print 'customised' packs of reports.

Can I do this via a .cmd file? (You lose the 'focus' when launching Acrobat from dos) or is there a macro facility within Acrobat (I have a licensed full version) in which I can write some VB to dynamically open and print??

Any help would be very gratefully received..


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