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Topic: How to create PDF file in program?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 94292
From: tcarnes
Date: 8/14/2003 06:22 AM

I created a program that used to be able to print to the PDFWriter printer after setting the PDFFileName registry setting and thus create pdf files. This was with Acrobat 4.

Now that I've updated to Acrobat 6, I find that this no longer works. In fact, instead of adding an "Adobe PDFWriter" printer object, the installation of 6 adds an "Adobe PDF" printer object.

Is there a way to use this "Adobe PDF" printer object to create pdf files like was possible in Acrobat 4?

Thanks for any help anyone can give me!

Terry


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