It was the PTF - thanks -  as soon as we loaded it - it started working
fine. Almost - now what happens is that the generated overlay is just a
little smaller than the same document printed, so the alignment of the
printed text (which has not changed) is off.  I have changed just about
every parm in the pfs config that I can (don't use aligh by the way - it
flips the text upside down).

John Bussert
Swift Technologies, Inc.
847-289-8939 (fax)

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2002 3:06 PM
Subject: RE: PDF and InforPrint


I assume you're sending with a *STMF in the PDFGEN of the PSF
object.  My experience is more with the *MAIL function, but I believe
transform in the same way.

You mentioned setting up the PSF configuration.  Did you setup the
device per the manuals description?  There is a parameter AFP: *YES (use
WRKDEVD) in the printer configuration of the virtual Infoprint device
could cause your missing overlays if it was set to something else.

We also had a problem with Acrobat 5.0 reading some of our files until
applied a PTF.  It actually caused a fatal error in Acrobat though, not
just missing graphics so that is not a likely candidate.

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