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Is Acrobat Distiller powerful? How do I use it?

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Hi,

I am doing a VB app that opens Word and prints to Acrobat Distiller, thus creating a pdf file. Is it good and powerful enough to print thousands of documents?

Secondly, what is the command? I am using something like this

Call doc.PrintOut(, , wdPrintAllDocument, PDFPath, , , wdPrintDocumentContent, 1, wdPrintAllPages, , True, , myFile)

but this is not exactly right. I am missing my Word documentatio (Office 2003 ruined it), so I am in need an exact command, please.

Thank you.
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