VB Crystal and Adobe

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I am having a visual basic application and i am using the report designer component of Crystal version 7.0 for reporting.I have adobe as my default printer and i want to print it to a file from my application without it prompting for a name.I was told that there is a ___pdf.ini file which has to be modified so that i will not ask me for a file name.

I am in urgent need to know how it is done.I would appreciate any correct and prompt reply with description of how to go about setting this stuff

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SAKCommented:
The file is \Windows\System\PDFWRITR.INI.

In the [Acrobat PDFWriter] section, simply set the parameter PDFFileName= your file name (ie.  PDFFIleName=myfile.pdf)

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SAKCommented:
The above INI file is for WIN95/98, the WinNT filename is actually _PDF.INI.

Although the ini file names are different, the section and parameters are the same for both.

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