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We have a 3rd party billing system called Juris.  Right now to print a 'batch' of attorney prebills
we hit "go" and it sends all the prebills as separate print jobs to a printer.  They spool, do their thing
and 7 reams of paper later we have all our bills.  I'd like to push the process to paperless for obvious
reasons.  But when we select the attorney and hit "go," the individual print jobs pause at the "Save As"
screen for each individual print job.  We have 30 attorneys with hundreds of prebills.  Even if we could
get to the point where it created individual PDFs without having to hit the "Save" button.  Then it would
only be two steps: printing the files to PDF then merging.  Anyone have any ideas?
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by:ketanaagja
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User this free utility for your work

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Thanks for your help.  I downloaded PrimoPDF, but I'm not seeing where exactly I would bypass the "Save As" screen or print multiples to a "batch" in one step. (I can use Acrobat 9.0 Professional to combine them after the fact if need be, but I'd like to at least bypass the save prompt for each individual file).  Thanks.
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ketanaagja earned 500 total points
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You Free PDF Printer instead of PrimoPDF

Here is a Link: -

Info: - http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php

Download : - http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php#download
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EXACTLY what I was looking for!  Thank you so much!
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