Python Programmieren Lernen Pdf Printer
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I have a PDF document and I want to print it with my python app. I have tried the solution in but when I install Ghostscript 9.15 that is the actual version, it has no gsprint.exe The way I am using that works is with the command os.startfile('PDFfile.pdf', 'print') but it opens default viewer (mine is Adobe Reader) and after printing it stills open, trying to kill the process with os.system('TASKKILL /F /IM AcroRD32.exe') kills other opened windows and I dont want it. With the next command, it also prints, but it let the Adobe Reader opened too currentprinter = win32print.GetDefaultPrinter() win32api.ShellExecute(0, 'print', 'PDFfile.pdf', '/d:'%s'% currentprinter, '.' , 0) I have seen too but they recommend using gsprint.exe again Anybody has the gsprint.exe file or any other solution? NOTE: When I used another default program to open PDF files like Chrome or Windows Reader, I always get an Exception in the execution of the commands above '(31, 'ShellExecute', 'A device attached to the system is not functioning.'
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)' or [Error 1155] No application is associated with the specified file for this operation: 'PDFfile.pdf' with the startfile command. Finally after hours and hours of searching for the right files, i have found the answer to my problem. You can download the GSPRINT in You can download the Ghostscript GPL in With this extracted files in your PC (Windows) you can print your PDF with this command GHOSTSCRIPT_PATH = 'C: path to GHOSTSCRIPT bin gswin32.exe' GSPRINT_PATH = 'C: path to GSPRINT gsprint.exe' # YOU CAN PUT HERE THE NAME OF YOUR SPECIFIC PRINTER INSTEAD OF DEFAULT currentprinter = win32print.GetDefaultPrinter() win32api.ShellExecute(0, 'open', GSPRINT_PATH, '-ghostscript '+GHOSTSCRIPT_PATH+' -printer '+currentprinter+' 'PDFFile.pdf', '.'
, 0) The GhostScript can also be found in the Official page I found the gsprint.exe for 64bits I hope this helps. Here's a way to silently print a pdf in the same directory as your python script without gsprint and without win32api. It allows for more GhostScript customization like choosing width/height, etc. Import os import subprocess import sys if sys.platform == 'win32': args = 'C: Program Files gs gs9.23 bin gswin64c' ' '-sDEVICE=mswinpr2 ' '-dBATCH ' '-dNOPAUSE ' '-dFitPage ' '-sOutputFile='%printer%myPrinterName' ' ghostscript = args + os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'myFile.pdf').replace(' ', ' ') subprocess.call(ghostscript, shell=True) If you're using the 32 bit version of GhostScript then you would use gswin32c.