Hi,
AlivePDF can be used offline with air as well as far as I know.

regards
JC

On 19-12-2012 0:14, John R. Sweeney Jr. wrote:
Howdy,

Well I'm curious if anyone can help me with this one. I've built for a client a 
presentation tool. It consists of 45 slides (jpegs) and some of them get 
customized with dynamic text fields and imported logos. They build 
presentations, selecting the slides they want, the order of display and the 
text/logos to be added and then show that to their clients. (I know, they had 
be build PowerPoint) :).

Well now they want to take those custom presentations and print them out to a 
PDF to give to their client. They are on PC laptops. I've looked into purePDF 
and AlivePDF, but these solutions seem to be web solutions. This app is an AIR 
app, installed locally on each individual laptop as a stand-alone app with no 
NET connection. I suggested that they install a PDF driver on the laptop and 
I'd build the print function in the app to let them print to that selected PDF 
printer driver. They don't like that suggestion.

Has anyone does something like this before and have a solution or suggestion I 
could pursue? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

John R. Sweeney Jr.
Senior Interactive Multimedia Developer
OnDemand Interactive Inc
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169






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