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Topic: Batch Print Multiple Copies in Mac Acrobat 5
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 94876
From: gcplau
Date: 8/21/2003 09:57 PM

Dear PDF Gurus,

I am a Mac user, OS9, Acrobat 5. Recently I have to print
multiple copies of multiple PDF files, and glad to find
Acrobat has a batch processing functions that prints
multiple documents.

The questions are:
i) I found the javascript in the batch processing
(such as:
this.print
({
bUI:false,
nStart:0,
bSilent:true
});

but it did not specify no. of copies nor page range. For
instance, if I want to print 2 Copies of page 3 to 9, how
should I modify the existing script?
ii) are there script to control other print options in
Acrobat, such as fit to page or expand to page or "force
to download postscript level 3 fonts"...etc.

Many Thanks
George


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