Greetings! I am a developer who has sold a couple of versions of your VeryPDF PDFPrint command line version to customers of mine. One is having problems printing certain documents. When they print from Adobe, they are able to use the "Auto-rotate and center" option which solves the problem. I do not see this as a command line option with VeryPDF. Is there a way to pass this as a parameter?
You can run following command line in PDFPrint Command Line product to rotate and center PDF pages automatically,
The default options will print PDF pages as "Auto-rotate and center" feature.
So you are saying that if I execute the pdfprint.exe with no switches then the default switch is to Auto Rotate and Center?
Yes, our PDFPrint.exe will process rotate and center automatically.
We find that it does not behave as you have described. With this document, we get the error message "Paper size and type are mismatched". We get this message when we attempt to print directory from Adobe as well - unless we check the 'auto rotate' box and then it prints OK.
We have tried following command line to print your PDF file to "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" printer, we can get a XPS file without any problem, please refer to the printed XPS file in attachment,
we suggest you may print this PDF file to "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" printer to try, can you get it work in your system?
Dear VeryPDF - I can see that your test in printing to Microsoft XPS Document Writer did not yield any errors - however that is not a valid test as the 'virtual printer' does not have any paper size/adjustment requirements.
When my customer prints certain documents (like the attached) the printer beeps and the display panel gives the error "Paper size and type are mismatched".
Note that they get this same error when they print this document from within Adobe Acrobat.
However, from within Acrobat, they are able to select the 'Auto Rotate' option, and then it prints correctly without any errors on the printer.
I need to know how I can perform the same 'Auto Rotate' function with your product so my customer can print their documents.
pdfprint.exe does rotate the PDF file automatically, you needn't specify rotate parameter.
We have created a new version to you, please download the new version from following URL to try again,
if you still have same problem, please create a remote desktop account on your test machine, after we logged into your test machine, we will research this problem for you asap.