The OpenDoc command is meant to only open PDF file.
Then the parameter bUseConv is obsolete.
You guys are not getting my point.
This all works fine as long I dont include any Tif file and PDF is created successfully.
Now all other file types including text files, jpgs, gif are opening up but problem is with .tif files.
You can check this by directly opening image files in Adobe Acrobat Profesional 8/9 from File --> Open menu option.
Other images will open up but most Tif files won't open in it. Such tif files also not open in "Winodws Picture and Fax Viewer" software but will open in softwares like "Imaging Professional" , "IrfanView" etc, which I think use some special codec for it.
If you know of any Acrobat plugin that can be incorporated in Acrobat professional and convert these tif files to PDF on the fly, would be of great help or have some any other suggestion you feel is right.
Adobe Acrobat can not convert all TIFF images.
Guten Tag Bernd,
Little bit of German!
Aber koennen Sie mir sagen, welche Formation von Tif, Acrobat stuetzen ?
(But can you tell me, which formats of Tif Acrobat supports ?)
I don't know.
Try printing the Tif file from Imaging Professional to Adobe PDF printer. This will create a Pdf file containing the images contained in the Tif.
This option worked for me and might work for you also.