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    Anonymous
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    Is there a way to attachment mulitple files to a fax? Currently I having 2 files that needs to be sent to one phone number and I have to make 2 different phone calls to send the faxes. This process is costing us a lot of money for double calls..

    Can anyone help??

    #4187

    JohnD
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    What type of attachments are you trying to add??

    #4188

    Anonymous
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    The type of attachments that I’m trying to add are .PDF (Adobe Acrobat) files

    I using the AddAttachmentFile method call with in Visual Basic, but it only allows you to add one attachment file per fax. I need to add 2 files attachments to the same fax..

    #4189

    JohnD
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    have you tried using multiple attachments, then use the Send(1) entry Id to wait until WinFax is done processing the fax(es) before destroying the send object?

    #4190

    arilea
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    I was wondering if you solved your multiple doc problem?.:0 You see I can’t even get 1 attached PDF to work 🙁 soooo, I was wondering what operating system, version of access (or VB) and version of WinFax (or SDK) you used that worked. And also, could I get a code clip of your send process?.
    Right now, I can send a fax out from code when printing, but my attached ‘PDF’s hang (Wixfax can’t figure out what to do with it,(is Acro-distiller needed?, I have the latest reader and editor)) when converting and so do .DOCs as well(MSWord is installed). ??? . I have WinFax Pro 10.0 and Windows2K, executing from Access97 (and I triied it in 2k too) 😉

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