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I want to click on the link of a pdf file and the file should be printed immediately on the default printer.
I do not think this is a feature of the browser. At this point I would specify the Adobe reader. Instead of opening the PDF file this file should be printed immediately. So my question is: Is it possible to configure the Adobe reader that the PDF file is printed immediately?
You can use a script to send the file to the printer as soon as it's opened, but it has to be loaded first. It's a simple one-line JS code.
Create a new item and paste this code into it remove any code that is automatically generated:. I this is not that what I am searching for.
But I want that this works with every PDF file without editing a script. Also I can not find the function for JS in Tools menu. I only have export, create, send and save.
Please check Browser compatibility. It may not work with older IE browsers.
Usually, we download a PDF file on our computer, open the file and click the print button to print its contents. All you need is an iframe on your web page or you can create an iframe dynamically, add the document to iframe and print it. Like this Article?
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