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gnosis3d

Run() vs Send()

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Well I couldn't get ever to work how I wanted:

"Run a command-line via Run() command with no windows popping up"

However, I circumvented the issue by intially doing a check to see if Acrobat was open... if it isn't, it will close it right after the file prints with no prompts. If it is open (and thus the end-user may be working in Acrobat) it will not close the application.

Million ways to do a task, eh? :)

FYI: The new ShellExecute() is god-like. Thank the heavens I updated AutoIt.

Edited by gnosis3d

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