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We did a test and versions 5 through 7 did not react this way, which I would expect. You can not post a blank message. So, I think this is how to read the bug: Let’s work to help developers, not make them feel stupid.
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PDF printWithDialog bug
The problem is that the printwithsialog dialog by default has the Print Range set to Pages: Or do you have other ideas? I have a web application that runs locally on the printwwithdialog machine. Here is the object ID tag I use to embed the object: Still researching in the forum Please type your message and try again. This is a bug in their documentation.
Does this need to change with the div element now? Suppose I added a hidden field “txtFileName” and put the file name in that hidden field so that I can then dynamically read it with JS.
Register now while it’s still free! I have not done that before Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. Existing Members Sign in to your account. This email is in use. Glad it ended up working! If you don’t add it, the doc still works most of the time, but not always. NET then run the VB.
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Updated my question with that solution – still not working: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I’m really pursuing your direction. Can you check the syntax? This also happens with VB.
This occurs for both Acrobat Professional and Acrobat Reader 8. Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. When answering a question please: Treat my content as plain text, not as HTML. Any solution so I can click a link and it sends the pdf to the print dialog? It leverages the adobe ActiveX plugin for IE.
I create the pdf file dynamically Solved thanks to Wes Cossick! That’s what I was thinking, either that or maybe something like this?