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Print a PDF File from Access

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I am trying to print a PDF file directly from Access. There are hundreds of PDFs that are in a folder, where i know the path, and the file name is determined from the data that I pull back in access. Is there a way to print this file directly from access. I can open then file using the hyperlink, but I can't figure out how to print it without opening the file and then getting the user to click the print button.

Any help would be great!!!

Thanks!
Sep 8 '08 #1
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Hi. You should be able to adapt the VBA code for printing PDFs provided by Colo at his Excel-oriented web site linked here. It does not use Excel-specific features of VBA. Note that there are two code fragments listed; it is the second of these that he is recommending.

I haven't tried this one directly but have adapted other code fragments from his site with no problems at all.

-Stewart
Sep 8 '08 #2

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That worked great!!! Thanks for the quick reply. :)
Sep 8 '08 #3

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