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Spoke with Adobe and they said that there is a way to print image directly without the Windows print dialog box, but have not found a way. Any help would be appreciated. thanks.
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network or local printer?

actually printing or just print to file?
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local printer, actually printing. thx.
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tried using Javascript to print file in background: window.print (), however, nothing happened. Any advise?
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I'm using a button w/ some JavaScript behind it, Code below;

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this.print(false, this.pageNum, this.pageNum);
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This prints on ly the current page to the default system printer, without a dialog box. (Using Acrobat Standard 5)
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thanks. this worked, however it only prints top quarter of page. for some reason the 'page scaling' is set to 'none' after i execute the javascript. i have set default to 'fit to page' but it reverts back.
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