Please forward this osk.exe vba screen to sharedip-10718046244. I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.
Can someone please help me with the code that will merge the 5 documents below. Start with the first document and add each subsequent document after the last page of the document. Get this solution by purchasing an Individual license! The solutions and answers provided on Experts Exchange have been extremely helpful to me over the last few years. I wear a lot of hats – Developer, Database Administrator, Help Desk, etc. I know a lot of things but not a lot about one thing.
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The registered version is inexpensive and works well. Please advise me if this is what you are after and I will supply the code for whichever one you want. Still have some holiday shopping to do for the geeks in your life? While toys, clothing, games, and gift cards are still viable options for your friends and family, there’s more reason than ever to consider gadgets and software.
I do own Acrobat 9 Professional. I would really appreciate you sharing your code with me. I just need to know a couple of things about Acrobat 9 for my code to work on your platform. Look at the following diagrams and check what procedure in your Acrobat preforms the same actions as per the diagrams. I need to know what keys are pressed. My daughter is having an emergency surgery in a few hours, so I will not be available to test the code you are sending until late this evening or tomorrow.
So please don’t rush to get this back to me right away. Just a couple of other questions. Do the following images reflect the correct keystrokes within your version of Acrobat? Also, this sort of procedure lends itself better to Visual Basic.
I could supply VB6 code for you to compile and run if you would prefer that. I have already written the code in VBA for inclusion in an Excel 2003 Spreadsheet. The VBA code in Excel 2003 spreadsheet works fine, but might need tweaking if you have a later version of Excel. I hope your daughter recovered from her operation with flying colors. D, but then it gets very different. If this is only for the bookmarks, I don’t really need them. If not, let me know and I will get you some screen shots.
Not needing bookmarks is a plus! The “D” then “O” keys were NOT for book marks, but for defining how the document will appear when it is first opened. Perhaps you can send me screen captures of the equivalent steps to define the “Fit Width” property in Step 12. I also wrote a VB6 version which does the same thing. The only thing I dislike about all this is the use of “Sendkeys” which is sometimes unreliable depending on what other procedures your PC is performing. I will write the small macro required to call it. No, but it is 5am Saturday here.
Bridge match this afternoon, then following Church tonight I can work on the Access VBA version. It will be Access 2003, but if you have a later version I am sure it will still work. I will also put up the straight “Macro” version for Access 2003 just in case others reading this solution prefer to not use the “CombinePDF” version. I have asked the “CombinePDF” people if there is a way to automatically display the Bookmarks when the user opens the combined PDF but have had no response yet. Thank you for all of your help! Good luck with your Bridge match! Well, attached is the VBA code for inclusion in Access 2003.