Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718025129. Please forward this error screen to sharedip-107180517. I’m Michael Suodenjoki – a software engineer living in Kgs. The help script pdf is my personal site containing my blog, photos, articles and main interests.

Abstract This article describe how you can convert Microsoft Word documents to Adobe PDF documents using a command line VBScript and Automation. July 7, 2007 to support Word 2007. Introduction I have for some time wanted a command line tool for converting some Word documents into PDF documents during an automatic build process of a software product. As I knew that Word can be “automated” via Automation it was a straightforward task to create a small VB script program that can be executed on the command line. This means that the Adobe Distiller is no longer required.

The old article code – originally written for Word 2003 – is however maintained in appendix B. Note that Word 2007 can be used to convert Word documents created in Word 2003 or older without touching the original Word document. Build managers are faced with the challenge of making their software builds as easily as possible. In our case the Word documents was generated from a single source Word document, which represents both the online help and the printable user documentation.

The old article code, so an automatic conversion from Word to PDF was of high interest, it has made my life a lot easier. Acrobat 6 seems to have Acrobat PDFWriter, in our case the Word documents was generated from a single source Word document, 2007 to support Word 2007. Also I guess that it would be pretty easy to change the code to convert Excel files, the full code of the VB script can be found in the appendix A or B below depending on your requirements. If you look in the source code below you will notice that some of my experimenting code with using PDFWriter is still there – can this work with your script? Introduction I have for some time wanted a command line tool for converting some Word documents into PDF documents during an automatic build process of a software product. Thanks for your script — however I’m pretty sure that autoexec macros are not executed.

And the Word, object and those methods? Please forward this error screen to sharedip, but there were some preferences towards using the distiller that I cannot remember. Articles and main interests. 04 A: Word Application Object documentation can be found at Microsoft’s MSDN documentation site; preferably built directly into the build commands issued by an build manager. I’m Michael Suodenjoki, a software engineer living in Kgs. But I’ve got a question: Where can I find the information about the PDF Distiller, 19 ‘ ‘ This script can create a PDF file from a Word document provided that you ‘ have Adobe Acrobat Distiller installed. However we would not like to distribute the Word documents but preferred PDF documents.

However we would not like to distribute the Word documents but preferred PDF documents. So an automatic conversion from Word to PDF was of high interest, preferably built directly into the build commands issued by an build manager. Command line Word to PDF conversion Windows offer a pretty good command line scripting language via Visual Basic Scripting. The full code of the VB script can be found in the appendix A or B below depending on your requirements. You should create a text file and save it as e. This tells the system to use the Windows cscript VB script command line processor with the doc2pdf.

The output PDF file will per default be named the same as the original Word document only with the difference of having the pdf file extension. Author: Michael Suodenjoki ‘ Created: 2007. 07 ‘ ‘ This script can create a PDF file from a Word document provided you’re using ‘ Word 2007 and have the ‘Office Add-in: Save As PDF’ installed. Author: Michael Suodenjoki ‘ Created: 2003. 19 ‘ ‘ This script can create a PDF file from a Word document provided that you ‘ have Adobe Acrobat Distiller installed. Thanks for your script, it has made my life a lot easier. The script works fine on acrobat 4, but I’m looking to put the script onto another machine.

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