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bd40bc7c7a I am having the same problem as Wayne, but cannot find the solution. I am not allowed to convert the Excel spreadsheet to the PDF file directly as the PDF file is the template with precise paragraphing and wording embedded. I have run into a problem where some report RDLs have a an extra byte with a value of 0 (0x00) at the end. On the dialog that pops up, I choose Acrobat, but I am not sure that it was the acrobat.tlb or acrobat.dll selected. Try searching for similar questions Browse our recent questions Browse our popular tags If you feel something is missing that should be here, contact us. Is there a way to find out the version of the report? I want to display it at the bottom of the report so if a client calles in I can ensure they have the correct version. Look forward to a solution for distribution. Bret Stateham December 16, 2011 at 10:19 pm Anonymous, I'm not sure what to tell you.
Specifically I want to read the date created property of an external file before continuing to import the data from that file into my current workbook. Sameer Alzouby April 12th, 2013 at 2:56 pmpermalink . There isn't anything in the standard RDL markup. Reply . Write a read routine to see the names of your fields. My question is how to rename the data field programmatically, I know how using the Adobe interface. rn December 19, 2012 at 3:44 am is Query.value a UDF? could you please give some info o fthis function? Reply . KHK: This is a very helpful example, so thank you for posting.