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Hi, I am using Acrobat XI Pro and I'm currently using the Action Wizard function to batch save the PDF files into jpg files. However, I sometimes encountered the below pop up windows asking whether I would like to save before closing the file. It causes the action not totally "automatic". Is there any settings or ways that these messages would not be shown?
this.dirty = false;
Post the error message.
But Adobe Acrobat XI Pro keeps asking me whether I want to close the document without saving AFTER the document has been saved... Not very useful in a 'batch' command, obviously.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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The case is i let the user to download a pdf form to fill some information for me and i set some java script to prevent user to blank the cell. If some of the cell is blank there will be a pop up message to warn them like the above image. And now i got a lot of form to print so we are using the action wizard to convert all the pdf into jpg(print faster in jpg), but there are two type of pop up is stopping the action, one is the above java script warning i set and the other one is the ""save as" pop up, your answer add a java script step with: this.dity = fasle; did help with the "save as" pop up, can you write a script that if the " save as" pop up press no and if the warning pop up press enter?