Using a type library in Delphi 5 generated from Adobe Reader 5.o, I have been able to accomplish much of what I needed to to as far as embedding viewing and printing of PDFS within my application. During testing I came across a snag in Windows XP. The PrintAll method no longer works. Actually what happens is a dialog comes up in a fresh adobe installation when the print all method is called and it asks if it is OK for a script to print all the pages of the PDF. The user has to click yes or no and there is also a check box about whether to ask this in the future. If the user selects to not be prompted in the future printall method becomes disabled. If the user never says do not warn me then the dialog-less implimentation of printing I have with PF>OCX on other platfors is gone in Windows XP.
My question is there a way to get around this shortcoming of the pDF.ocx in XP? The solution must work with Adobe 5 and 6. readers?