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If all you need to do is read PDF files in your desktop, your current version of Adobe Reader is basically perfect for that job. The computer software program lets you view and print files but you'll have to upgrade to Adobe Acrobat in situation you'd prefer to possess the ability to create PDF files offline.

You are going to locate some exceptional PDF Printer Drivers (like PDFcamp Printer) that allow you to write documents to PDF files.

VeryPDF PDF Write is a great PDF Producing software plan to produce PDF files on Windows system, you might use it for producing files from MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), web pages and practically any other Windows software that has the print function.

Should you'd to convert a batch of files into PDF files, simply drag them all towards the Batch to PDF Converter's dialog window on your desktop and they are going to be converted into files practically instantly. It cannot get any much less complex than this.

VeryPDF PDF Write is accessible for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (x86 and x64 editions).

You can install PDF Write software as a Windows Service, then you can convert documents to PDF files from web application easily, please refer to some message from our customers,

OH, by the way, I installed DocConverter's service as an NT service on Windows Server 2003 and it worked!! It appears to only work if it is started as the "Local System" account AND the option "Allow service to interact with desktop" is "checked".

It works regardless of whether a user is logged on to the console or not! This is exactly what I was looking for. I disabled the "startup" of DocConverter upon logon and don't see the icon in the lower-right corner of the screen, BUT the DocConverter NT Service is still running and works perfect! :)

I just used the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit's INSTSRV.EXE and SRVANY.EXE programs to install your service program as an NT service.

PDF Write does support different paper size, you can set the inch or mm to DocConverter COM, for example,

For Example, Set page width to 800 pixel and page height to 600 pixel,
Doc2PDFCOM.paperType = 9;
Doc2PDFCOM.pageWidth = 800;
Doc2PDFCOM.pageHeight= 600;

For Example, Set page width to 8.5 inch and page height to 11 inch,
Doc2PDFCOM.paperType = 9;
Doc2PDFCOM.pageWidth = 8.5 * 72;
Doc2PDFCOM.pageHeight= 11 * 72;

For Example, Set page width to 210 mm and page height to 297 mm,
Doc2PDFCOM.paperType = 9;
Doc2PDFCOM.pageWidth = 210 / 25.4 * 72;
Doc2PDFCOM.pageHeight= 297 / 25.4 * 72;

Sometimes, if you encounter permission problem when you run PDF Write as a service, if so, you need give enough permission to printer driver folder, the following is the message from another customer,
Yes, you should. This sounds like the ACLs on the directory storing the printer drivers is messed up for some reasons. To fix, hit Start...Run, type %windir%\system32\spool\drivers, right-click on the w32x86 directory, select Sharing and Security, Tab security, and make sure that administrators and SYSTEM have full control over this directory, and if you need to change something make sure to click the option that modifies all the child directories and files beneath this one as well. That should fix it. Would be interesting to find out how it got into that state if that is indeed the problem.

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