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ACI-pdf via aol, help!!!!!!!

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CB Perini

Freshman Member
Aug 11, 2002
Professional Status
Certified General Appraiser
Can someone please walk me through sending a pdf report on ACI via aol email. i know i have to remove empty pages. do i need to change formats or dpi ? am i able send the file through AOL mail? Thank you.


Sophomore Member
Aug 6, 2002
Professional Status
Licensed Appraiser
From ACI, go to file print, and print to adobe PDF, (not printer), then you may select the pages you wish to print(there is no reason to remove any pages) Then ACI will ask you where you wish to print the file, the default is the ACI/PDF directory. THen you can ALT TAB to the file and review it to make sure it looks like you want it to, then close the file.
THen go to write mail, attach file, browse to c:programsACIPDFS then highlight your file and attach, then ok, then send as usual.
If this does not work make sure you have the Adobe Print Driver installed.
If you have any more questions you may email me for a faster response
[email protected]

Ben Vukicevich SRA

Senior Member
Feb 9, 2002
Professional Status
Certified General Appraiser
New Jersey
Try this.

I don't use ACI but when you print or save the file to PDF, usually Adobe Reader launches automatically and brings up the file for review. If yours doesn't, you can mess around with configuration in Adobe Writer or Distiller so that it does.

If you're happy with the file and the way it looks in Reader, go to "File" in Adobe Reader and look for "Send Mail." Click on it and it will launch your email program and attach the PDF file for you automatically. All you have to type in is the email address and Subject line

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