I'd send you a case of Grange -- but funds are a little short of that.
More strength to your arm, anyway
Fred Ridder wrote:
> I'm blushing, John! (Or maybe it is just that last glass of really good
> Aussie Shiraz I've been sipping while watching Saturday Night Live
> and surfing the web on an unseasonably warm night in New Jersey...)
> Always happy to be of help,
>> From: John Pitt <john at pitt.net.au>
>> To: Fred Ridder <docudoc at hotmail.com>
>> CC: framers at lists.frameusers.com
>> Subject: Re: OT: Can't get AcroPro7 to distill or Save As PDFs from Frame
>> Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2006 16:18:05 +1100
>> Yes, the culprit was the lack of a FILE: port.
>> Thanks again Fred, you are a legend.
>> John Pitt wrote:
>>> Thx Fred,
>>> I had allowed for the name change and didn't use Save As with v6.0 --
>>> but your other points (especially the FILE port, which I don't
>>> remember seeing) look very promising.
>>> I've been putting off doing a full re-build with XP Pro; looks like
>>> that has marched itself up my priority list too :)
>>> I'll post the results -- and thx again.
>> John Pitt, technical writer
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