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Posted on 2008-10-29
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Hello,
I am printing a file in pdf format using printdlg function but i want to save the file at the specified location without dispalying the save dialog / prompt. In the doc info structure it is taking only the name not the path even though i am specifying the path.It is a win32 appliccation.
di.lpszDocName = "C:\\Printing.pdf";
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Question by:Sohela
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As the docs state:

PD_PRINTTOFILE

If this flag is set, the Print to File check box is selected.
If this flag is set when the PrintDlg function returns, the offset indicated by the wOutputOffset member of the DEVNAMES structure contains the string "FILE:". When you call theStartDoc function to start the printing operation, specify this "FILE:" string in the lpszOutput member of the DOCINFO structure. Specifying this string causes the print subsystem to query the user for the name of the output file.

So, that should be

di.lpszOutput = "C:\\Printing.pdf";

instead.
 
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by:Sohela
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Hi,
This is my printdlg structure
         PRINTDLG pd = {0};                        //  Reset on declare
        pd.lStructSize = sizeof (pd);
       pd.Flags = PD_RETURNDEFAULT | PD_PRINTTOFILE | PD_RETURNDC;

       DOCINFO di = {0};
       di.cbSize = sizeof (di);
       di.lpszDocName = "C:\\Printing.pdf";
       StartDoc (pd.hDC, &di);
        StartPage (pd.hDC);

As you mentioned i used it but it is giving another prompt/dialog and if i give path name or file it is not getting saved.I dont want any prompt/dialog it should directly print at the required path is there any function for that. I attaching the file like when the prompt is displayed.
output.JPG
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