Hi all,
 
I have a problem with the version of acrobat PDFTeX uses. The output is done using an acrobat version lower than 4.0. I need to know that is there a way where I can compile my tex source file from command line specifying the latest acrobat distiller path (ex:  ..\..\acro.exe). I know we can go from tex->ps->pdf. All I want is to use PDFTeX to convert the tex directly into pdf document.
 
I have downloaded the PDFTeX documentation recently and reading it but have not yet figured it out.
 
Thanks a ton and excuse me if this is a dumb question.
 
Deepak Jha
 


Brian Elmegaard <be@mek.dtu.dk> wrote:
Hi,

It seems that there is a dvipng available for miktex, at least it
wants to update it whenever I run the update wizard. For some reason,
however, it has not been installed and I cannot get it with the
package manager.

Is there a reason for this or should I just grab it directly from
ctan?

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