need to push email to PDF from Lotus or Java script without opening document

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Is there a way to export a pdf of a Notes document without opening the document? I want to be able to select a group of docs and run an agent that dumps them to filenames I specify. (iText is not the solution)

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I use Cute PDF (http://www.acrosoftware.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.asp) to “print” to a PDF. You can right click on a file and select print and it will create a PDF for it. Will that do the trick?

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  • MHanson
    The need is to generate multiple PDFs not just one-at-a-time. Thre are a bunch of ways tools to open and generate a PDF from screen or file. The solution will be some tool that allows a programmer to call a function and pass it the Notes Document object and desired filename. The function will then generate the PDF. Also, the document format will vary so the function must handle whatever document content it receives. Thanks for the help, Mike
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