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Export QuickReport To Pdf Programmatically

Posted on 2004-08-02
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Can anyone help me, I would like to save a quick report in pdf format programmatically without first showing the report.
I'm using Quick Reports 3.0 and delphi 5
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One of possible solutions is using pdf995. It installs virtual printer on Your computer.
Then You should just print report on this printer.

It can be download free.
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how do I select the printer name programmatically so I can print there
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uses printers;

Printer.PrinterIndex := Printer.Printers.IndexOf(YourDesiredPrinterName);
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