How Do I Write A Print Driver That Posts A PDF Of A Document To A Url?
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How do I write a print driver that posts a PDF of a document to a URL?
I’m not aware of any way to have Word do this out of the box (i.e. a configuration option or setting). You can do it with some macro code like that below, but I’m not aware of any way to enforce usage of the code. The code generates a unique, sequential six digit serial number, stores it in the document’s properties and inserts it into the document header. Subsequent prints will use the serial number stored in the document rather than generating a new number. This approach has some flaws. For example, deleting the file that stores the current serial number will cause the code to generate a new file and start the document numbers over at 1. Deleting the document property that stores the serial number will cause the code to generate a new serial number. A better approach would be to write a Word add-in that does this. Installing the add-in would then enforce usage of the solution. With an add-in I’d store the serial number in a database and use a web service to generate new numbers. Note that the code below is an example that demonstrates the approach, not a complete solution. I’ve not tested it thoroughly, so the code may also contain some bugs. Public WithEvents appWord As Word.Application Private Sub appWord_DocumentBeforePrint(ByVal Doc As Word.Document, Cancel As Boolean) Const PROP_NAME = "DSN" Dim docPrp As Object, docRng As Object On Error Resume Next Set docPrp = Doc.CustomDocumentProperties(PROP_NAME) On Error GoTo 0 If TypeName(docPrp) = "Nothing" Then With Doc.CustomDocumentProperties Set docPrp = .Add(Name.="DSN", LinkToContent.=False, Type.=msoPropertyTypeNumber, Value.=GenerateDSN ) End With End If Set docRng = Doc.Sections.Item(1).Headers(wdHeaderFooterPrimary).Range docRng.Text = docRng.Text & vbNewLine & "Document Serial Number. " & docPrp.Value Set docPrp = Nothing End Sub Function GenerateDSN As Long 'On the next line edit the path to the file that will store the document serial number Const SN_FILE = "c.\users\david\documents\DSN.txt" Const ForWriting = 2 Dim objFSO As Object, objFil As Object Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") If Not objFSO.FileExists(SN_FILE) Then Set objFil = objFSO.CreateTextFile(SN_FILE, True) objFil.Write "0" objFil.Close End If Set objFil = objFSO.OpenTextFile(SN_FILE) GenerateDSN = objFil.ReadAll GenerateDSN = GenerateDSN + 1 objFil.Close Set objFil = objFSO.OpenTextFile(SN_FILE, ForWriting) objFil.Write GenerateDSN objFil.Close Set objFil = Nothing Set objFSO = Nothing GenerateDSN = StrZero(GenerateDSN, 6) End Function Function StrZero(strNum As Long, intLen As Integer) As String Dim intTmp As Integer intTmp = Len(strNum) If intTmp < intLen Then StrZero = String(intLen - intTmp, "0") & strNum Else StrZero = strNum End If End Function Private Sub Document_New Set appWord = Application End Sub Private Sub Document_Open Set appWord = Application End Sub
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Private Sub Word_SaveAs(By Val writer As Object, By Val f As String) If f. Filename = “.docx” Then If Len (By Val f As String) > 1 Then f. Write(writer) Else Word. SaveAs(f. Filename, Writer) End If End Sub Subword_Write(By Val o As Boolean, By Val f As String) Dim o2 As Object, ox As Long Set o2 = Word. LoadDoc(By Val f As String) o. Write o2. Close ox = o2. Columns. Count + 1 For Each ox In ox Set ox = ox. Columns(ox) ox. TextFormat = vocals ox. Offset = ox. Text. Length — 1 ox. Columns(ox). Maximum = 2 End Sub Private Sub Word_Print (By Val printer As Object) If printer. Filename = “.docx” Then Scriptwriter = Object. CreateObject (“Scripting. FileSystemObject”) Scriptwriter. Write \t\t\t” & Verbose End If Set app Word = Application Scriptwriter = printer. Filename app. Visible = True app.VisibleWrite ox If.
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