Saving as PDF from the print dialog box

Saving as PDF from the print dialog box

Post by Dave H at » Thu, 04 Dec 2003 13:27:06


Saving a single Word document as a PDF produces multiple files. When
repeated it does the same, but the file breaks are not consistantly at
the same pages. My 94 page doc created 3 separate PDF files the first
time, and then with less memory available it created only 2 PDF files.
The Adobe Acrobat site suggested upgrading to Office 10.1.4, which I
did, but still the same results.
 
 
 

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I still haven't figured out how to identify the cause of these two
excel workbooks not behaving as the others. I've been trying to find a
programatic method to bypass the "Save as PDF File" dialog from coming
up after PDFWriter has printed the excel sheets selected to a PDF
File. I can see the registry entries clear after the first pass of
printing, then It just starts over again with print process again. I
haven't found a way to intervene between the first print and the
second.

If anyone's got clue as to what I ought to try next or if anyone's ran
into a similar situation with an excel workbook misbehaving in this
manor, I sure would like to hear from you!

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