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export to pdf not working in vb6.0

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crystal report v8.5 /visual basic 6.0

I click on the export icon & select Acrobat Format (PDF) as Format and Disk File as Destination.

This works from crystal report . but when Iam using the crystal report object (crystalreport control ) programatically, I am not able to find the pdf as PrintFileType.

         cr_report.Destination = crptToFile
         cr_report.PrintFileType = crptRTF

I have checked all the required dll's in windows/cryrstal folder.

Any immediate help would be appreciated.

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