Specified PDF file is preserved by the alias naming the name. Preservation to PDF file on the same name comes. When preserving it, the optimization of PDF file (reduction of the size) is done.
It doesn’t operate in Acrobat Reader.
[DocSaveAs(char* fullPath, char* newPath)]
|The full path in updated PDF file. It is necessary already to be opened by the Acrobat application.|
|The Full path in the new PDF file.|
|true||The pages are saved successfully.|
Notes: The return value cannot be acquired with DDE of VBA of Excel.
Sample: VBA of Excel
Specified PDF file is preserved and the name is preserved by the alias putting it.
- Please confirm the test by the step execution with F8 key.
Dim lChanNo As Long ‘DDE channel number
Const CON_PDF_PATH = “””E:\Test01.pdf”””
‘The Acrobat application is Started.
Shell “C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 9.0\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe”
‘Open of DDE channel
lChanNo = DDEInitiate(“Acroview”, “Control”)
‘Open of PDF file
DDEExecute lChanNo, “[DocOpen(“ & CON_PDF_PATH & “)]”
‘Deletion of page (deletion of 2, 3, and page 4)
DDEExecute lChanNo, “[DocDeletePages(“ & CON_PDF_PATH & “,1,3)]”
‘Saves an the PDF file to a new path.γ
DDEExecute lChanNo, “[DocSaveAs(“ & _
CON_PDF_PATH & “,” & “””E:\Test02A.pdf””” & “)]”
‘The Acrobat applicaton is ended..
DDEExecute lChanNo, “[AppExit()]” ‘If this is not done, the Acrobat process remains.
‘The DDE channel is shut.
It is a result of the comparison on page thumbnail screen of Acrobat.
Deletion of page (deletion of 2, 3, and page 4).
- It doesn’t operate in Acrobat Reader.
- The difference with DocSave is two points. The alias can be preserved. It is optimized.
Environment to confirm the operation
- WindowsXP + SP3 + WindowsUpdate
- Adobe Acrobat Pro 7.0.8 + Office Pro 2003
- Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.1.0 + Office Pro 2003