Daily Archives: 2011/11/22

How to convert an image of emf to pdf file in a command line?

You may not like the Command Line before you browse this article in which will introduce you a way to convert an image of emf to pdf file in a command line.Of course you should choose a software which supports … Continue reading

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How to set content horizontal offset and print PDF via command line?

VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line supports page offset setting. Hence you can set content horizontal offset and print PDF via command line easily. The following is the command you will need: -xoffset <int>. The parameter –xoffset stands for page offset in … Continue reading

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How to append custom descriptions to pdf files?

Today I spend a lot of time to  appending custom descriptions to my pdf files. You can not image how boring it is! I search for the method on the internet for many times. Finally I give up and turn … Continue reading

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How to hide the menu bar and window controls of pdf reader

  Maybe your pdf reader are  complicated. The work space is very narrow, it is occupied by the menu bar and window controls of pdf reader. This mess situation make you feel tired and can not focus on  reading  information. … Continue reading

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How to print PDF using low resolution via command line?

VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line supports a wide range of resolution, including horizontal resolution as well as vertical resolution. You can easily and quickly print PDF using low resolution via command line. The following two commands are useful when you need … Continue reading

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