Automatically print a file to PDF from my application and automatically save it as a specific filename

Hello - I have your VeryPDF product and it works great but I have a question.

I need another product that does the following:

I want to automatically print a file to PDF from within my application and automatically save it as a specific filename.  It does not matter what the filename is because I can always rename it. So, the steps would be something link this:

1.  The ActiveX control changes the printer driver from within my application to a PDF printer driver from some other application.

2.  My application specifies a filename using the ActiveX control for the PDF or it is specified by default.

3.  My application sends a document to the pdf printer and a PDF file is automatically created.

4.  My application uses the ActiveX control to change back to the default printer.

I need to automatically general PDF documents without the user providing the filename from within my application.  I have a control that does this (XXXXXXXX control) but it is not compatible with Vista, Windows 7 or 64 bit computers.  I'm wondering if you have or know if any way I can do this?
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Please download docPrint Pro v5.0 and doc to any converter products from our website to try, these products are all support both 32bit and 64bit systems, you can use them to convert MS Office documents to PDF files easily,

http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/index.html#dl

http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any.html

if you encounter any problem with docPrint Pro v5.0 and doc to any converter products, please feel free to let us know, we are glad to assist you asap.

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