Find and Replace Text Issues in PDF Text Replacer software

Hi there,

I am evaluating the PDF Text Replacer, and so far so good, other than the fact that it doesn't seem to be able to replace certain things..

For example, I am currently trying to replace the telephone number "01788 548855" with "0845 2300201", so I have set up the following rules under 'According to Content':
1. Find: 01788 - Replace With: 0845
2. Find: 548855 - Replace With: 2300201

The result: it replaces 01788 with 0845, but does not replace 548855 with 2300201.

I tried removing rule #1 so that the only rule being applied is to replace 548855 with 2300201 and it still doesn't work.

Can you advise? I am looking to buy this software if it works, immediately..

Customer
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We suggest you may use "PDF Text Replacer Command Line Standalone Version (pdftr.exe)" to instead of GUI version, the command line version is work better than GUI version,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-text-replacer/search-and-replace-pdf-text-command-line.html#pdftr
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/pdftextreplacer_cmd.zip

You can use "-searchandoverlaytext" option to replace text in PDF pages easily,

pdftr.exe -searchandoverlaytext "PDFcamp Printer=>VeryPDF Printer" -overlaytextfontsize 8 D:\in.pdf D:\out.pdf

pdftr.exe -searchandoverlaytext "PDFcamp Printer=>VeryPDF Printer" -overlaytextfontsize 80% D:\in.pdf D:\out.pdf

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Hi,

unfortunately I am still having issues using pdftr.exe - replacing 'website.co.uk' with 'myotherwebsite.com' is sometimes (but not always) missing out various characters when replacing, resulting in something like 'myothwebite.com' ...

Are you aware of anything that causes this? So far yours is the best software I can find for doing this, but still cannot purchase unless I can achieve accurate results.. I am required to convert several thousand PDFs so I cant afford for there to be many (if any) anomalies because there's no way I can check them all before publishing..

Please let me know your thoughts.

Customer
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Please use -searchandoverlaytext to instead of -contentreplace to try again, e.g.,

pdftr.exe -searchandoverlaytext "PDFcamp Printer=>VeryPDF Printer" -overlaytextfontsize 8 D:\in.pdf D:\out.pdf

Because -contentreplace is using original embedded font, if original embedded font is not contain "er" characters, "er" characters will missing out from output PDF file, the -searchandoverlaytext option solve this problem, so please use -searchandoverlaytext option to try again.

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Hi there, that indeed is the answer to our problems..

Will be placing an order as soon as I receive approval from my superiors :)

Thanks a lot for the help!

Customer

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How to convert Word documents to PDF files from ASP source code?

Good morning,

we need to use your product to convert any files to pdf, We have an internal web-application (.ASP) IIS 6.0, on Windows Server 2003 R2 x64 and we need to know which type of license to buy.

We tried your example but , as you informed about trial version on asp, it doesn't work, instead it worked if we call the exe directly from shell (with trial's alerts!!!)

(example : C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v6.0\doc2pdf.exe"" -i C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Portale\ASP_Pages\test.txt -o C:\output.pdf).

Is it possible to call directly your exe from an asp page like the example below?
Otherwise let us know how to use your product for our scope.

oShell.Run """C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v6.0\doc2pdf.exe"" -i C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Portale\ASP_Pages\test.txt -o C:\output.pdf"

ps: We are a Corporate and after purchase, we'll need an invoice.

Many thanks.
Customer
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Thanks for your message, if you will run the software on one server, you will need to purchase one server license.

If you wish call EXE from ASP page directly, we suggest you may try our "DOC to Any Converter Command Line", you can use "DOC to Any Converter Command Line" to instead of docPrint Pro directly,

http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any.html
http://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip

The cost of "DOC to Any Converter Command Line" Server License is USD295 per license, you can purchase it from following web page,

http://www.verydoc.com/order_doc2any_svr.htm

You can use VeryPDFComRunCmd COM to call doc2any.exe from ASP code directly, please look at following web pages for more information,

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/verydoc-release-notes-verydoc-releases-an-exe-com-of-verypdfcomruncmd-exe-today-verypdf-exe-com-does-allow-you-to-call-ms-office-and-any-exe-application-from-asp-php-c-net-etc-program-languag.html

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/how-to-call-doc2any-exe-from-php-source-code.html

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/verydoc-doc-to-any-converter-command-line-v3-5-release-notes-convert-word-to-pdf-without-office-and-openoffice.html

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/how-to-convert-ms-office-documents-docx-xlsx-to-a-pdf-file-from-classic-asp-source-code.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201405/how-to-call-doc2pdf-exe-from-net4-5-windows-service-which-written-in-c-source-code-40589.html

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How to customize PDF Printer functions in docPrint Pro Royalty Free License?

Hello,

We're looking for a virtual printer that could be seamlessly integrated with our own software. I found on your website information about docPrint - it seems that we can use it in our solution.

http://www.verypdf.com/app/document-converter/try-and-buy.html

Below, I prepared list of all necessary requirements, I will appreciate if you could help me and write a comments if something is not doable by your software.

It could be a SDK or a separately installed driver. We just need to ensure that:

- On the output we receive POSTSCRIPT, EMF or PDF file (PDF is the most desirable)
- It could be installed from our setup app (even parameterized MSI would do the job)
- Custom name for virtual printer (one name for the entire solution, never gonna be changed after installation)
- Redirection to another local printer
- Redirection to another network printer (nice to have)
- Notification (executing app with parameters or event sent via named pipe) about start (nice to have) and end (must have) of the process
- Ability to work without the windows user logged in
- Ability to work as a network shared printer (nice to have)
- License = royalty free
- Printer need to be configurable somehow; register or an API would do
- We need to hide ALL additional printer related software, control panels etc. - it would be REALLY nice if our users have no obvious clues that the printer is provided by the third company
- Another nice to have feature is to be able to set separate settings for different windows users (like HKLM and HKCU when using system register)

- Customizable DPI
- PDF can have embedded fonts (nice to have)
- Text extraction (plain text format - ANSI, Unicode or UTF-8)
- PDF Searchable format
- Supported OS Windows XP/2003/2008R2/2012/Vista/7/8/8.1 driver

The printer will be integrated within our own software which will be publicly available to download. Please specify how the pricing would look like for such a solution (royalty free license is a must).

Regards and waiting for response.
Customer
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>>- On the output we receive POSTSCRIPT, EMF or PDF file (PDF is the most desirable)

Yes, docPrint Pro does create POSTSCRIPT, EMF, PDF, EPS, TIFF, JPG, PNG, etc. output file formats.

>>- It could be installed from our setup app (even parameterized MSI would do the job)

Yes, of course, you can install it from your setup application.

>>- Custom name for virtual printer (one name for the entire solution, never gonna be changed after installation

Yes, virtual printer name can be changed in OEM License.

>>- Redirection to another local printer

Yes, docPrint Pro has this function.

>>- Redirection to another network printer (nice to have)

Yes, docPrint Pro has this function.

>>- Notification (executing app with parameters or event sent via named pipe) about start (nice to have) and end (must have) of the process

docPrint Pro hasn't this function yet, but you can monitor "PrintingStatus" value in registry to get the printing status, please look at more information about "PrintingStatus" at following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201107/some-questions-to-docprint-pdf-driver-1648.html

>>- Ability to work without the windows user logged in

If nobody logged into system, how do you use the PDF printer? do you wish just use "Printing Forwarding" function and use it on local network?

>>- Ability to work as a network shared printer (nice to have)

Not yet, you need install docPrint Pro to local system in order to create the PDF files.

>>- License = royalty free

Developer License and OEM License are all royalty free.

>>- Printer need to be configurable somehow; register or an API would do

Yes, this is possible.

>>- We need to hide ALL additional printer related software, control panels etc - it would be REALLY nice if our users have no obvious clues that the printer is provided by the third company

Yes, this can be done in OEM License.

>>- Another nice to have feature is to be able to set separate settings for different windows users (like HKLM and HKCU when using system register)

Yes, this can be done in OEM License.

>>- Customizable DPI

Yes, docPrint Pro has this function. You can change DPI option on docPrint printer by manual or API easily.

>>- PDF can have embedded fonts (nice to have)

Yes, all fonts will be embedded into PDF files automatically.

>>- Text extraction (plain text format - ANSI, Unicode or UTF-8)

You can use VeryPDF PDF to TXT Converter to convert PDF file to text file easily,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-to-txt-converter/try-and-buy.html

>>- PDF Searchable format

Yes, docPrint Pro does create searchable PDF files automatically.

>>- Supported OS Windows XP/2003/2008R2/2012/Vista/7/8/8.1 driver

Yes.

>>The printer will be integrated within our own software which will be publicly available to download. Please specify how the pricing would look like for such a solution (royalty free license is a must).

Thanks for your message, you will need to purchase docPrint OEM License, please feel free to let us know if you are interest in docPrint OEM License, we will provide a quotation to you shortly.

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How to embed fonts and replace fonts in PCL to PDF Converter? How to use mapfont.ini file to map PDF fonts to Windows fonts?

I am trying to get more of my fonts to come out as a vector (scalable) font rather than a raster font. I believe that the answer is in the mapfont.ini file, but I do not know how it is designed. Can you please explain when the entries in the file do?

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pcl-converter/try-and-buy.html

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Please refer to more information about "mapfont.ini" file from following web pages,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201109/substitute-fonts-in-pcl-to-pdf-converter-product-2526.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201106/font-folder-problem-in-pcl-to-pdf-sdk-476.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201108/pcltoolsdk-usage-font-mapping-problem-pcltoolsdk-font-substitution-1895.html

You can use following command lines to map fonts in output PDF files,

pcltool.exe -mapfont "mapfont.ini" C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont default C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont "C:\mapfont.ini" C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont "C:\mapfont.ini" -embedfonts yes C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont "C:\mapfont.ini" -embedfonts no C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf

Please look at a simple "mapfont.ini" file at below,

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[MapFonts]
Number=7               ; The number of [MapFontXXX] entries in mapfont.ini file, if Number=3, it is indicate mapfont.ini file contain [MapFont1], [MapFont2], [MapFont3] three entries.

EmbedFont=0        ; 0 is unembed fonts, 1 will embed all fonts in [MapFont1], [MapFont2], [MapFont3], etc. entries.

; Map from BordeauxRomanBoldLetPlain to Arial font name         
[MapFont1]
PDFFont=BordeauxRomanBoldLetPlain                   ; PDF Font in PDF file
WinFont=Arial                                                               ; Windows Font

; Map from NimbusMono-Reg to Arial Black font name
[MapFont2]
PDFFont=NimbusMono-Reg
WinFont=Arial Black

; Map from NimbusMono-Bol to Arial font name
[MapFont3]
PDFFont=NimbusMono-Bol
WinFont=Arial

[MapFont4]
PDFFont=NimbusRomanNo9-Med
WinFont=Arial Narrow

[MapFont5]
PDFFont=NimbusRomanNo9-MedIta
WinFont=Calibri

[MapFont6]
PDFFont=NimbusRomanNo9-Reg
WinFont=Times New Roman

[MapFont7]
PDFFont=URWGothicL-Demi
WinFont=Arial

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Compare "Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line" and "PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line" software

I'm sure you get this question quite often, but I'm wondering if you could address it once more. If I wanted to use this command line utility on one PC, what is the buying price for it? I'm trying to find the right spot on your site, but I'm a bit confused from the results on this page:

http://www.verypdf.com/app/image-to-pdf-ocr-converter/try-and-buy.html

Versus this page:

http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2txt/pdf-to-text-ocr/pdf-to-txt.html

To be clear, I'm using a free trial version now which can take a scanned PDF and OCR it to make it searchable (output as a PDF still with text overlay). I believe the second link there would be what I'm looking for in purchasing. I just want to be sure that's correct.

Please respond at your earliest convenience.

Thank you,
Customer
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"Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line" has more functions than "PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line" software, the following functions are included in "Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line" only,

1. Compress black and white images with JBIG2 and CCITT Group 4 compression, this will compress black and white images small and without lose quality,

2. Compress grayscale and color images with JPEG2000 arithmetic, JPEG2000 will reduce color image's size and without lose quality,

3. Lots of improvement functions for image to PDF conversion only,

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"Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line" and "PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line" are all can convert scanned TIFF files to searchable PDF files, if you needn't image compression functions, you can simple choose "PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line" software, "PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line" is cheaper than "Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line" software.

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