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Topic: Friendly interface for Distiller Server - HELP ME!
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 95531
From: jcflores
Date: 8/30/2003 07:07 AM

At our company we considered Acrobat Distiller Server as the key for file transformation to the PDF format. Since it looks like the solution for centralized adminstration, we could control users when they were to renderize office files to PDF. But it was very disapointing when we had the product (Distiller Server) in our hands. This does nothing different from the distiller standalone or personal edition. Moreover, this is completely user unfriendly. This product does not allow users to transform MS Office but only PSP files into PDF ones. (It looks like somebody - me - will be fired OOOPS!).

Does anyone have worked with this product and had built a decent "Friendly user interface" for this product. I think there should be something to have the same functionality like "PDF on Line" service that has Adobe in its web site.

Please help me


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