on 3/3/07 11:05 PM, Paul Berkowitz at email@hidden wrote:
> On 3/3/07 11:48 AM,
> <applescript-users-bounces+berkowit=email@hidden> wrote:
>> I don't know if this work for your situation but it's a PDF print driver
>> that you should be able to specify as a print parameter:
>> It's free.
> Thanks, Duane.
> Duane also sent me privately a rather complex description of how to install
> it. I'm afraid that would be somewhat limiting for users if distributing
> scripts. (Also it would be nice to know where it came from.) After first
> installing the .pkg, I can't find what was installed where. But new options
> appear in the Printer Utility - there's a lot more to it.
> I can post the instructions here if anyone is interested.
This may be applicable and/or interesting :
In Aug/Sep 2006 and Jan 2007 there were posts on the subject of PDF printing
from Excel (but applicable to any application)
The method advocated by Tom Stiller was to use cups-pdf with a virtual
desktop printer and a folder action script to rename files as they are
'printed' to take care of the same filename problem.
subject Print a PDF of an entire workbook?
5 posts Aug 27 - Sep 18 2006
I had a problem setting it up but all was resolved by Tom Stiller in January
subject PDF bug?
15 posts Jan 4 to Jan 18 2007
I have been using Tom's method and script quite successfully since then.
Of course Word documents still 'print' as multiple pdf files if there are
differences in page sizes or margin sizes across section boundaries. PDFLab
is then useful for stitching them together.
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