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Topic: help: save pdf as tiff
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 90382
From: chelland
Date: 6/20/2003 01:22 AM

I am trying to use visual basic automation to accomplish the following:

open a pdf and save it as a tiff, specifying some of the parameters available via the 'settings' button when you do it the 'save as...' command interactively (such as monochrome ccitt g3 compression)

I don't have a developers network subscription so I can't get the code examples from adobe and I can't google any code examples on this on the web.

this seems like it should be easy to do by either setting up an avcommand 'ExtractAsTiff' with parameters and executing it or executing the 'saveas' command with parameters through the JSObject.

I don't normally ask for handouts but I don't have access to the develpers network and could not find enough info or code examples on the web. also there is no intellisense on this so I can't just stumble through and figure it out.

any help would be appreciated!


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