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Saving a copy of PO in .pdf

Hello All,

Can someone please help me out on how i can save a copy of my PO output as a .pdf (or .doc or .xls) file ?

I will like to do the same for a Service Entry display (as seen in ML83), to save the output as a .pdf file on my PC.

Thanks for your time !

Ak.

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 07:10 AM

    Hi

    To save the PO in PDF formate....after saving the PO...get the Spool Request no

    And in T.Code:SA38, run the Program RSTXPDFT4 and give your Spool Request no and save it to required file....

    Reward if useful

    Regards

    S.Baskaran

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 09:15 AM

    hi.......

    see when u want to print ur P.o just display ur P.O & go to the print icon on the top menu bar it is just left to binocular icon on top , after clicking it u will get a spool number in the bottom task bar pl note the number , now open new session , type t code =ZPDF& press enter a new screen opens here give the spool no. & execute then a dialog box opens in which u can save either in desktop , my documents etc, now go to the path where u have saved the p.o then u can take print out of this from here.

    regards

    reward for efforts

    sap11

    Edited by: sap11 on Jan 22, 2008 10:16 AM

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