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how to create ASCII to postscript file or pdf file from C#.Net

SW
Guys,

I have a huge text file that I want to break and generate
an multiple pdf files from C# application.
My problem is to generate a pdf file.
Programatically, I should able to give a page break and
change a font and size.
We are using Acrobat 6.0 professional. By using
pdf-distiller, I can generate pdf file but, the challange
is t convert it first to postscript file and then generate pdf.
Is there anyway I can do that. I had tried lot of options
but, nothing works as per requirement.
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Our tool "Virtual Print Engine" might solve your problems. For
details, please see http://www.IdealSoftware.com

Regards
Frank Patschlow
IDEAL Software GmbH
"SW" <su****@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<09****************************@phx.gbl>...
Guys,

I have a huge text file that I want to break and generate
an multiple pdf files from C# application.
My problem is to generate a pdf file.
Programatically, I should able to give a page break and
change a font and size.
We are using Acrobat 6.0 professional. By using
pdf-distiller, I can generate pdf file but, the challange
is t convert it first to postscript file and then generate pdf.
Is there anyway I can do that. I had tried lot of options
but, nothing works as per requirement.
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Jul 21 '05 #2

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