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Topic: Re: Using PDFMaker in a VBA Script (Microsoft Office) (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 94567
From: Dave
Date: 8/18/2003 07:32 PM


>I want to create some PDF files from EXCEL files using a VBA script with
>PDFMaker given by ACROBAT 6.0 Professional and integrated into Microsoft
>Office.

this addin is unfortunately not a documented product so you wont be able to
write custom code to call it's functionality.

however all is not lost there are several pdf creation alternatives which
can be programmatically
controlled, check out the PDFStore (www.pdfstore.com) for PDF Creation
tools designed for
developers (some of which are quite cheap, depending on your requirements).

Dave .....
___smartPDF.com.au___



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