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PDF in Lotus Notes applications
PDF in Lotus Notes applications
PDF in Lotus Notes applications
PDF in Lotus Notes applications
PDF in Lotus Notes applications
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PDF in Lotus Notes applications

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This tutorial demonstrates how to create PDF with SWING Integrator for Lotus Notes.

This tutorial demonstrates how to create PDF with SWING Integrator for Lotus Notes.

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  • 1. In this tutorial, we will show how to create PDF with SWING Integrator for Lotus Notes How-To: PDF in Lotus Notes www.swingsoftware.com
  • 2. Requirements: • Lotus Notes or Domino Web application • SWING Integrator • Word or Excel or OpenOffice installed on the client Benefits: • Creating PDFs with Notes data • Well-formatted and accurate document layouts • Authorized users can change document layouts using the familiar Office tools
  • 3. Step 1: Copy SWING Integrator design elements to your database Select the destination database and let the Wizard do the rest Open the Integrator database and start the Setup Wizard
  • 4. Step 2: Add the Integrator action button In Domino Designer, add an action button to your Notes form or view... ...and copy the code snippet from the Integrator sample library.
  • 5. Step 3: Create an Office template We will use MS Office to design custom document layout. Create a Word, Excel or OpenOffice template, or import an existing template containing fields/bookmarks Select Notes forms and fields for data transfer Open your database; notice that the Templates view has been added. Let’s create a new template.
  • 6. It’s ready to use now! Send as PDF creates a PDF, and composes a memo with the PDF attached. Excel runs in the background, so users see only the resulting PDF!
  • 7. What we have done: • Copied design elements using Setup Wizard • Added an action button to the Notes form and view • Added an Excel template and set up the data exchange What we have got: • 1-step PDF in a Lotus Notes application • Ready to use SendAsPDF() or SaveAsPDF() • Office templates for easy maintenance • A comprehensive API for advanced programming www.swingsoftware.com

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