Mac OS X, Windows
FMP 8, 8.5, 9, 10, 11
File Type: FP7
FileSize: ~ 1.17 megabytes
FileMaker is the first company to be able to license the Adobe Acrobat library. As a developer this means that you no longer have to rely upon a third-party plugin to create pdf files from within FileMaker. Since the release of OS X, Mac users have had the luxury of being able to create pdf files because the capability is built into the operating system. For most Windows users creating pdf files from within FileMaker is still a new experience. However, OS X users will also experience something new in the article. Using a combination of basic techniques you can create and store dynamically named pdf files without the need of additional fields or plugins for file manipulation.
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