How to Merge or Flatten PDF Layers? How do I convert an "editable PDF" file into a non editable pdf file? How to create read only / non-editable PDF file?

I wanted to hide some content of the drawing before i send it to my vendor. If you see the attached drawing there are 2 patches Green & White.

When you click on it and drag , the parch will move. And you will be able to see the content below it.

How to avoid this?

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Customer
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I have a PDF file that was created for me where it has open fields for me to edit. I will be using this PDF as a template, and add my own information to the form, then forward it to my customer. The problem is, I do NOT want my customer to receive a PDF form that can be edited, I want them only to be able to view it, not edit it. How do I save the "editable" PDF file to a non editable PDF file?

Thanks in advance!
Customer
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How do I create a form which can be saved to my computer and protect the file from any other user changing the file ( to make it non editable) once I save it to my computer/ send the file by mail?

Customer
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Sorry for confusing question, i have a .pdf that i made in acrobat so i can edit it using either acrobat and then print it out. well i need to save it and email it. And id prefer if it was locked so they couldn't edit it as well. Thoughts?

Customer
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VeryPDF Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line will solve this problem to you, you may download the trial version of Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line from following web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/image-to-pdf-ocr-converter/try-and-buy.html#buy-ocr-cmd
http://www.verypdf.com/tif2pdf/image2pdf_cmd_ocr_trial.zip

after you download and unzip it to a folder, you can run following command line to combine "Green & White" rectangles into the background image,

img2pdfnew.exe -pidpi 300 -bitcount 24 D:\test.pdf D:\out.pdf

The Green Rectangle in new PDF file is not moveable at all,

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How to convert scanned PDF file or TIFF file to reflowable PDF document?

I have some query for OCR.

1.The compressed PDF files created should also be 50-80% compressed as compared to standard CCITT G4 / JPEG compression (in TIFF / JPEG / PDF file format).

2.Should be linearized PDF

3. In case of images with printed English text, the output PDF document should be searchable

4. In this case the PDF should also be reflowable such that the text readjusts itself on the basis of the size of the screen

5. Should be enabled for interactive use (applying digital signature in batch mode).

6. Also it should be possible to digitally sign these PDF files using free Adobe Reader.

7.Cleaning and spot reduction.

8. We can Edit pdf.

9. Can you provide code with .net Application if we buy you product?

Customer
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Thanks for your message, PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line has this function, you may download and purchase PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line from following web page,

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

If you need a .NET component, you can download "PDF to Text OCR Converter SDK for .NET package" version from above web page.

You can use "-ocrmode 2" option to convert your scanned document to text based PDF file,

-ocrmode 2: output to plain text based PDF file

You can open text based PDF file in any device, such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, android, Windows Phone, etc., the text contents will be reflow in Adobe Reader automatically.

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The following is a sample C# example to convert a scanned PDF file to text based PDF file,

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
        string strStartupPath = System.Windows.Forms.Application.StartupPath + "\\";
       
        System.Type pdf2vecName = Type.GetTypeFromProgID("pdfcom.pdfclass");
        if (pdf2vecName != null)
        {
                object pdf2vec = Activator.CreateInstance(pdf2vecName);
                string strInFile = strStartupPath + "test-color.tif";
                string strOutFile = strStartupPath + "_test-color.pdf";
                string strCmd = "-$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -ocr -ocrmode 2 \""
                           + strInFile + "\" \"" + strOutFile + "\"";
               
                MessageBox.Show(strCmd);
                object[] argn = new object[1];
                argn[0] = strCmd;
                int nRet = (int)pdf2vecName.InvokeMember(
                                   "com_PDFToTextOCRSDKShell", BindingFlags.InvokeMethod,
                                     null, pdf2vec, argn);
                MessageBox.Show("Return Value is: " + string.Format("{0}", nRet));
        }
}

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How to call Flash to Image Converter Command Line or SWF to Image Converter Command Line from PHP code?

Hi Sir,

We need SWF to JPG Converter Command Line that would be used by PHP script. Tell me if we buy this product, can you help for this.

And also tell me that my requirement is possible or not.

Requirement:

We need to convert .swf into .jpg by using php script or JavaScript.

Thanks.
Customer
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Yes, this is possible, we can convert SWF file to JPG file using PHP or JavaScript code.

Flash to Image Converter Command Line Server License is $299 per server, you can download and purchase it from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/flash-to-image/try-and-buy.html

If you encounter any problem, please feel free to let us know, we will assist you asap.

VeryPDF
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Thanks for your reply,

Can you give me a trial for convert .swf into .jpg using php.

Sample command line and trial download link.

Thanks
Customer
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Thanks for your message, you can download the trial version from VeryPDF web site and to try it by yourself,

http://www.verypdf.com/flash-to-image/try-and-buy.html
http://www.verypdf.com/dl.php?file=swftoimage_cmd.zip

You can run following command line to convert your SWF file to JPG files,

swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.jpg"

You can also call above command line from your PHP code by exec() or shell_exec() function, if you encounter any problem, please feel free to let us know.

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We have released a new version of Flash to Image Converter Command Line today, you may download new version from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/flash-to-image-cmd/index.html
http://www.verypdf.com/dl.php?file=swftoimage_cmd.zip

We have added a new swf2img2.exe application, you can call this swf2img2.exe from your PHP code to convert SWF files to image files easily.

The following are options supported by swf2img2.exe application,

Product Name: VeryPDF Flash to Image Converter Command Line
Product Web Page: http://www.verypdf.com/app/flash-to-image-cmd/
Release Date: Sep  2 2014
Web: http://www.verypdf.com
Web: http://www.verydoc.com
Support: http://support.verypdf.com
Description: Batch convert Flash SWF files to Image files from command line.
Usage: swf2img2 [options] <in-file> [<out-file>]
  -width <int>    : Scale output to specific width (proportional unless height specified)
  -height <int>   : Scale output to specific height (proportional unless width specified)
  -res <int>      : Scale width and height to a specific DPI resolution, assuming input is 1px per pt (default: 72)
  -engine <int>   : Set Render Engine, the current version is support 3 different render engines, 0, 1, 2, default is 0
  -pages <string> : Render pages in specified range e.g. 9 or 1-20 or 1,4-6,9-11 (default: all pages)
  -skip           : Skip existing output files, don't overwrite it
  -v              : Print copyright and version info
  -h              : Print usage information
  -help           : Print usage information
  --help          : Print usage information
  -?              : Print usage information
  -$ <string>     : Input registration key

Example:
   swf2img2.exe C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe C:\*.swf C:\*.png
   swf2img2.exe -width 100 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -height 100 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -width 100 -height 100 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -res 150 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -engine 0 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -engine 1 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -engine 2 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -pages 1-20 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
   swf2img2.exe -pages 1,4-6,9-11 C:\in.swf C:\out.png

Here is a sample PHP code to convert SWF file to PNG files,

<?php

$strCmd = '"D:\temp\swf2img2.exe" "D:\temp\test.swf" "D:\temp\test.png"';
$strOutput = shell_exec($strCmd);
echo $strOutput;

?>

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How to print PDF file to Canon Printer 11×17 size paper?

I am trying to send a PDF document to a Canon iR-ADV C5235/5240 PS3 printer and specifying paper size 11x17 but the Canon printer is not understanding that size. I am using C# and the Process object. I set the process start arguments as -paper "11x17" -printer \\printserver\printername file.pdf. The printer shows an error saying that A5 paper is not available and that I need to select a different size. I do not have this problem sending to other printers.

I am using an evaluation version of PDFPrint and needing to know if it will work for us. If I cannot print these documents then I cannot use the product.

I have also tried using different sizes like ledger, tabloid, 11inx17in, 17x11 but none seem to work.

Customer
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Please use "-paper pdf" option to try again, e.g.,

pdfprint.exe -paper pdf C:\test.pdf

You can also run following command lines to print your PDF file again,

pdfprint.exe -shell C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -shell2 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -raster2 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -vector C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -printermargins -raster2 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -raster2 -rasterbwtext -rasterbitcount 1 -xres 150 -yres 150 C:\input.pdf
pdfprint.exe -useembedfont C:\test.pdf

Can you print your PDF file properly with one of above command lines?

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I can get the document to print using the -paper pdf option but it does not print on 11x17 paper. It prints on 8 1/2 x 11.

I can get the document to print on 11x17 paper from the command line using -paper "11x17" and -scalex 0 -scaley 0 options but cannot get the document to print on 11x17 paper from a C# program. When I specify these parameters the printer displays an error that it does not understand the printer size I specified.

Using the options below:
-shell option got an error saying .pdf is not a program
-shell2 the document printed but not on 11x17 paper. Printed 8 1/2 x 11
-raster2 document printed on 11x17 paper but the image was 8 1/2 x 11 with landscape orientation
-printmargins2 -raster2 document printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper
-raster2 -rasterbwtext -rasterbitcount 1 -xres -yres 150 document printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper.

Also I found that printing from my local machine using -paper "11x17" -scalex 0 -scaley 0 prints on 11x17 paper but printing from a windows 2008 r2 server with the same options prints on 8 1/2 x 11 paper.

Customer
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>>I can get the document to print on 11x17 paper from the command line using -paper "11x17" and -scalex 0 -scaley 0 options but cannot get the document to print on 11x17 paper from a c# program. When I specify these parameters the printer displays an error that it does not understand the printer size I specified.
>>Also I found that printing from my local machine using -paper "11x17" -scalex 0 -scaley 0 prints on 11x17 paper but printing from a windows 2008 r2 server with the same options prints on 8 1/2 x 11 paper.

Thanks for your message, this maybe caused by permission restriction, please run pdfprint.exe from Administrator user account instead of default system user account, then you will get it work.

You can call RunAs.exe from your C# code to run pdfprint.exe from Administrator user account.

You can also call pdfprint.exe by VeryPDFComRunCmd COM Component from C# code to run it inside Administrator user account. VeryPDFComRunCmd COM Component can be downloaded from following web page,

http://www.verydoc.com/exeshell.html#VeryPDFComRunCmd_COM_Component
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

If you run pdfprint.exe from Administrator user account, pdfprint.exe will work same as when you run it in CMD window by manual.

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I tried all the suggestions below but none have worked. What I also found was that the only way I can print a document to print on 11x17 paper on the Canon printer is that I have to go into print preferences for the printer and select 11x17 paper size. I have found this to be the case on other Canon printers as well. No command line options seem to have any effect on what paper size the document prints to.

Initially I did not realize that the command line options were not working because I was getting documents to print on the correct size paper but that was because the printer preferences where set to the size I was printing. If I change the printer preferences to letter I cannot specify anything on the command line that will cause the document to print on any other size than letter. Same if I set the printer preferences to 11x17. I cannot specify anything on the command line to print on any other paper than 11x17. I have tried 11x17, ledger, 3, 4. I have also tried -chgbin and specified the bin holding the ledger size paper but it did not work.

I have also found this to be the same case whether windows 7 or windows 2008 R2.

Customer
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We suggest you may by following steps to adjust margins, duplex, paper size, staple, fold, etc. options,

1. Please run following command line to prompt the user Printer Dialog and save the printer settings to a disk file,

pdfprint.exe -savedevmode D:\printer.dat -printer "Your Printer Name"

2. In the Printer Dialog, you can set following options, such as,

set "Duplex" option to "Top-Top" or others;
set default paper tray to "Tray 3" or others;
set the paper size to "11x17" or others;
set other options that you want;
set staple to "on" or others,
set fold or staple option,
set double sided printing option,

click "OK" to close Printer Dialog, you will get a D:\printer.dat file,

3. Please run following command line to load the devmode from disk file and set it to printer,

pdfprint.exe -loaddevmode D:\printer.dat -printer "Your Printer Name" D:\input.pdf

4. OK, you will able to print your PDF file with correct options.

We hoping above solution will helpful to you, please to try.

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How to stitch PDF pages horizontally?

I am evaluating PDF Stitch for Mac, trial version.

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-stitch/try-and-buy.html

I have two PDF pages, 8.5" by 11" and a third page that is 6" by 11".

I desire to stitch them together, horizontally, for a total combined page size of 23" W by 11" H.

I have tried 4 times without accomplishing this task.

What am I missing and failing to do?

If this works, I have a larger task to accomplish in which I would purchase the software to complete the task.

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Thanks.
Customer
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Please look at following PDF file, this PDF file was Stitched by PDF Stitch Command Line application, we hoping this PDF file will useful to you,

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We are get this stitched PDF file by following steps,

1. Use VeryPDF PDF Split-Merge Command Line software to combine three PDF files into one single PDF file,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-split-merge/try-and-buy.html

"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PDF Split-Merge v3.0\pdfpg.exe" D:\downloads\20140825_pg_01.pdf D:\downloads\20140825_pg_02.pdf D:\downloads\20140825_pg_03.pdf D:\downloads\20140825.pdf

2. Use Advanced PDF Tools Command Line to resize all pages in this PDF file to Letter paper size,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/advanced-pdf-tools/try-and-buy.html

pdftools.exe -x " 0 0 612.0 792.0" -j "612.0 792.0 true" D:\downloads\20140825.pdf D:\downloads\20140825.pdf

If you are using Advanced PDF Tools GUI version, you can choose following options to scale all PDF pages to fit to Letter paper size,

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3. Use PDF Stitch Command Line application to stitch this three PDF pages into one single PDF page,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-stitch/try-and-buy.html

"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PDF Stitch v2.1\pdfstitch.exe" -per "3*1" D:\downloads\_20140825.pdf D:\downloads\1_20140825.pdf

OK, we will get a final stitched PDF file.

Please notice, because your original PDF files are not aligned at horizontal direction, so the stitched PDF file has a bit of misplaced, this is normal, the matched PDF files will be stitched perfectly.

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See Also:

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201401/how-to-stitch-multi-page-pdf-file-to-one-single-pdf-page-vertically-stitch-join-merge-concatenate-pdf-pages-into-one-page-40250.html

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-stitch/pdf-stitch-command-line-guide.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201209/how-to-use-the-command-line-application-of-pdf-stitch-31921.html

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