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To: Martha J Davidson <editrix@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: PDF Doc properties
From: Peter Gold <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 20:09:06 -0600
If you have full Acrobat, look up Watched Folders in the help. You'll see how to use Distiller to create settings and place the settings file in a folder that Distiller watches as often as you set it to. From FM, then, you'd print to file, using the Adobe PDF printer driver and pointing it to the In folder of the Watched folder you set up. It will be processed according to your saved settings file. You can create as many different settings files as you have requirements for.
I didn't realize you could set the properties that Brian referred to in Distiller settings. I know I can set Magnification: Fit Width in the PDF Setup properties of an FM book, but the other settings he listed I've only been able to do with post-processing by hand in Acrobat. I'm still using Acrobat 5.05; if I upgraded to Acrobat 7 Pro, could I specify in my Distiller joboptions file Show: Document Title for each book?
>>> "Brian Wesley Simmons" <bsimmons@xxxxxxxxxxx> 17/11/05 11:48 >>> Howdy, folks. When we convert our FM files to PDF, we set the PDF document properties in a particular way. For example we always want our files to Page layout: Single Page, Magnification: Fit Width, and Show: Document Title.
Is there any way to save that set of properties so that we are not continually having to fill out the same Acrobat fields over and over again? This seems like basic functionality, but I don't know how to do it.
Peter Gold KnowHow ProServices peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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