Hi,. Am trying to print a pdf with the following code: javascript”>. function printPage() {. learn and share how to design websites, build mobile applications, create WordPress themes, write code, HTML, JavaScript, PHP, Java, and much more!. Printing PDF files with JavaScript from within web browser . With this solution, I am able to user javascript to pull up a print dialog on the printWithDialog(); }.

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Does this need to change with the div element now?

Any solution so I can click a link and it sends the pdf to the print dialog? These forums are now Read Only. Please type your message and try again. So, I think this is how to read the bug: I would like for the application to remain “invisible” and allow the Print dialog to appear, allowing the user to print the document displayed in the browser.

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PDF printWithDialog bug

Or do you have other ideas? This is a bug in their documentation.

Glad it ended up working! Sign up using Facebook. Add your solution here. We did a test and versions 5 through 7 prrintwithdialog not react this way, which I would expect. Here is the object ID tag I use to embed the object: It leverages the adobe ActiveX plugin for IE.


Javascript Error : Problem with printWithDialog()

Updated my question with that pribtwithdialog – still not working: That’s what I was thinking, either that or maybe something like this?

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Maybe look into this: Link to send pdf straight to printer dialog Ask Question. Suppose I added a hidden field “txtFileName” and put the file name in that hidden field so that I can then dynamically read it with JS. After Upgrade to Adobe 8 application window appears on Print. We have since come up with a solution that involves creating a blank PDF with some document level javascript that does a this. I have read some cheap fixes for this problem but none take into account that the user may actually need to know the layout of the PDF before simply shooting it off to some default printer and default printer settings.

So since we are doing this all server-side, no cross-browser compatibility worries. The user has to click on the “All Pages” option everytime. How do I do it? This email is in use. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. The sample code is demonstrating the PrintWithDialog however it will open a total of 3 forms. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I think that is the best shot??? Yeah, it is certainly an interesting choice of implementation. Still researching in the forum Email Required, but never shown.


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I do hope they fix this soon because we will not be going to version 8 until it is. Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.

This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. Treat my content as plain text, not as HTML. Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community. But if i use the printWithDialog function to launch the dialog, primtwithdialog its a problem. This may be the biggie. If you have an Acrobat question, ask questions and get help from one of our experts. I need to open a web page with a PDF embedded and automatically present the print dialog to the user.