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Topic: Re: Automate Work Order Print Process
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 89508
From: feng
Date: 6/11/2003 02:53 AM

Hello everybody,

My company's work order contains two major parts. Drawings from AutoCAD application & Information Sheet from MS Excel application.

By the time the work order goes to the shop, each department will receive different portion of the work order (for example, some department will get part of drawing and part of information sheet. Some department will get all of the drawings and one drawing only. )

I try to setup an automate print system, save everything (drawings & information sheets) as .pdf file. And print out different stuff for different departments automatically (maybe use bookmark).

Anybody has any similar experiences, please give me some suggestions or recommendations. And what is the best way to combine all information (from different resources) into one .pdf file.

Thank you very much.

Feng


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