VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line

This is the update version of VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line. VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line is based on MS-DOS interface, which is really helpful for manually controlling printing jobs. It support print PDF to printers or virtual printers .You also can control the printing page range, specify a printer, call the advanced options dialog of printer, set the printing copies, rescale page size, add watermarks, etc., with setting the options of the application. a. PDFPrint Command Line can directly send PDF pages to printers and render them as exactly what they are. You need not open the PDF documents to print them. So, with PDFPrint Command Line, you need not install any PDF reader software in your system. b. PDFPrint Command Line is based on MS-DOS interface, which is really helpful for manually controlling printing jobs. It is simple to call this application by a script for manual control or batch process. You can also build this command line tool into your developed application and accomplish printing tasks easily. c. PDFPrint Command Line supports most of frequently used printer parameters. You can control the printing page range, specify a printer, call the advanced options dialog of printer, set the printing copies, rescale page size, add watermarks, etc., with setting the options of the application. New update features of VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line: 1. Support to print OpenOffice Documents: .odt, .ott, .odg, .odp and .ods. 2. Support to print MS Word Documents: .doc, .docx, .rtf, .txt, and .xml. 3. Support to print MS PowerPoint Documents. 4. Support to print MS Excel Documents. 5. Support to print HTML Documents. 6. Support to print vector drawing formats: .wmf, and .emf. 7. Support to print image formats: .bmp, .jpg, .jpeg, .tif, .png, and .pcx. 8. Support to add text or image watermark when printing PDF.
PriceUSD199
LicenseFree to try
File Size7.83 MB
Version3.0
Operating System Windows Server 2008 Windows Windows NT Windows 8 Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows Me Windows 2003 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 98

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