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A presentation outline as a text-only document that provides smaller file sizes and the ability to share macro-free files with others who may not have the same version of PowerPoint or the operating system that you have. Any text in the notes pane is not saved with this file format.


Rename the file You can rename the file (or request that the sender rename the file) to use an extension that Outlook doesn't block. For example, you can rename file.exe to file.docx. Once the renamed file is sent (or received), save it and rename it with the original extension using the following steps.


Emf Printer Driver The EMF printer driver is a tool that can be used to convert documents to EMF format. EMF images can be inserted into other documents or viewed natively under Windows. When installing the EMF Printer, the user is prompted for a destination directory. The EMF Printer will create one EMF file per printed page and place that file in the selected destination directory. The latest version includes: - Printing PDF files from Acrobat Reader to EMF format (PDF-->EMF) - No "Evaluation" dialog-box appearing for every printout PDF Converter for Linux The PDF Converter or Printer Driver allows you to create a PDF document from any application running under Linux operating systems. It can be installed on your system like any standard printer. An automatic installation software is provided for an even easier installation. Instead of printing to your standard printer, you will just select our printer. A file will be generated for you which you can transmit over the Intranet, Internet or view with the Amyuni PDF Creator or the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.


You'll notice that PDFListener exposes a member property, generateNewStyleOutput, which indicates whether you want a ReportListener object reference associated with your report run(s). Although _ReportListener runs the REPORT FORM commands, the commands themselves may be either old-style or new-style VFP output. PDFListener sets this property to .F. by default; the resulting PostScript files will be much smaller and the quality will be just as high. When you use the old report engine, the files contain text surrounded by PostScript instructions for your reporting data; in the new one, each full page is a graphical image.


You may prefer to use a completely different mechanism. For example, you could bind the contents of INSTALL.DBF, as individual files, into your SETUP.EXE, as support directories for your application. You could also create a separate VFPSTARTUP.EXE that will re-create these files on disk, as well as verifying your printer driver, on demand, storing the resulting names and locations to configuration files for your application to use for report runs. I like to create a CONFIG.XML file to handle this chore; it can be dragged and dropped as a single argument onto my EXE. Internally, my EXE knows that, if it was invoked with a command-line argument it can load as an XML file, it needs to read its configuration values from the file and do its setup work.


For example, you might examine the printer environment for the stipulated report, and swap in a "clean" temporary version, without printer environment, just for use in the PDF print run, adding the necessary COLOR switch as described above. You will find a sample RLSwap ReportListener class in the VFP help file's LoadReport Event topic.


I prefer not to use this technique, which would restrict me to new-style output for no real gain; I already use the _ReportListener's .Run method to concatenate multiple reports into one PDF-generation process. Each report in the sequence might have its own attached ReportListener-derived object reference, each of which might be PDFListener or an instance of completely different ReportListener derived class. or all reports might be running with old-style output. PDFListener's LoadReport and UnloadReport events might happen once, several times, or




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