export to pdf
Some of you may recall a previous article on PDF Export or have experienced for yourself an issue with exporting reports from ProCare to PDF format. The following symptoms were typical if your computer ran Windows Vista or XP service pack 3 :
- The exported file could not be opened with Adobe Acrobat.
- When sending the PDF as an email attachment the email was not sent.
There was a reasonable work around, but it was not as convenient as exporting reports directly from ProCare.
We are happy to report the release of ProCare Version 9.1.430 which solves this issue. You may now click the Export button on the Print Preview screen and select PDF Format. Learn how to Download the Latest Online Update from ProCare.
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You may already be aware that you can export ProCare reports to Adobe .PDF format. This is helpful when you want to attach a report to an email (see Doug’s Article on Exporting to PDF). It works great in current editions of Windows XP (Service Pack 2), but requires a work around in Vista. It now appears the newly released SP3 (Service Pack 3) for Windows XP will require the same. [N Continue reading