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Print PDF from VBscript or command line without acrobat.exe [closed]

Is it possible to print a pdf document to the default printer inside of vbscript or from the command line without AcroRd32.exe?

Ideally if would be nice to just send the pdf to printer and not need another program.


or -


Is there a 3rd party .exe program which can print the pdf without a dialogue and without opening and without showing in the Windows taskbar?

The .exe needs to be standalone (so a windows install process is not required).

I am ok paying up to $100 for the .exe as long as it can be distributed inside of another application. Free is also great.

This has me stumped.

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Update after a few days:

Stackoverflow put this topic on hold because it appears that this would turn into a favorite tool bost.

The thing is, finding a tool which meets my criteria is very difficult. In fact, you will see only ONE tool was recommended.

One person suggested a vb script to print PDFs in the background. This suggestion is very close. So quite possibly this can be done without a tool.

Thankfully, someone did recommend a tool before the moderators put the topic on hold.

And had you not put the topic on hold, I doubt that anyone else would be able to show another method to:


print the pdf from the command line 100% in background
use vb script or .exc or .dll
the vb script or .exc or .dll must be distributable without a windows installer
be less than $100


Such a script or .exe file is nearly impossible to find.

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