PDFcamp Printer set output filename

We have successfully used PDFCamp with pre-versions of Windows 7 with automatically creating PDF files then emailing automatically. We have some users that will be getting new Windows 7 PC and I guess your new PDF Camp doesn’t have the ability for us to say where the files should be located.  Per your recommendation we have tried to use the docPrint Pro v5.0 where we can input where the files should be located.  The docPrint Pro v5.0 is very slow in processing and causing us major problems in trying to run this program that always ran without issues.  With the docPrint Pro v5.0 I have had to put delays in my program to slow the process down and am having to increase these delays which is not good.  We are also having inconsistancies with your program not always running.
Is there another software or solution to make the docPrint Pro v5.0 run faster like the old PDF Camp software we were running?  Or do you have some other solution for us.
I have a hard time understanding why a software company would take away features when upgrading like you did with the PDF Camp, since the old version worked great for what we were trying to do.
Please let me know what options are out there for us.
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>>Is there another software or solution to make the docPrint Pro v5.0 run faster
>>like the old PDF Camp software we were running?  Or do you have some other
>>solution for us.

The speed of docPrint Pro v5.0 can’t be increased again, however, you can download DOC to Any Converter from our website to try, DOC to Any Converter can be used to batch convert MS Office documents to PDF files,

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

http://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip

after you download and unzip it to a folder, you can run following command line to convert your DOC files to PDF files,

doc2any.exe C:\test.doc C:\out.pdf

You can also call it from your application to do the batch conversion, we hoping this product will helpful to you.


Also, original PDFcamp Printer Driver does support "set output filename" function too, if you are using 64bit Windows 7 system and PDFcamp Printer x64 v2.5 version, please refer to following solution,

1. Please open "C:\Program Files\PDFcamp Printer (x64) v2.5\config.ini" file in notepad, change the "EmptyFileNameAfterPrinting" to "0", save it, when you print a document to PDFcamp Printer on 64bit system, PDFcamp Printer will not clear the "AutomaticDirectory" value in registry,

[options]
EmptyFileNameAfterPrinting=0

2. Please set following registry items on 64bit system,

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432node\verypdf\pdfcamp
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\WOW6432node\verypdf\pdfcamp
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VirtualStore\MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\verypdf

AutomaticDirectory=C:\out.pdf   Type is: "REG_SZ"
AutomaticOutput=1               Type is: "REG_DWORD"
AutomaticValue=2                Type is: "REG_DWORD"
AutoView=0                      Type is: "REG_DWORD"

Please double check the "Type" carefully, if you use "REG_SZ" type for "AutomaticOutput" or "AutomaticValue" or "AutoView", your values will not work.

3. OK, please a document to PDFcamp Printer on 64bit system, you will get a PDF file at specified path, it doesn't popup save as dialog now.

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.

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I don’t see any of the things he indicated
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432node\verypdf\pdfcamp
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\WOW6432node\verypdf\pdfcamp
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VirtualStore\MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\verypdf
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I had try to do the PDFcamp Printer Drive registery as you suggested in your second option and she could not find the settings you were referring to in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE... and the HKEY_CURRENT..., attached is what she has in those two files.  As far as the HKEY_CLASSES... she couldn’t even find that file.  Where are these settings or how do you get them in their so we can test the PDFCamp Printer Driver.
Your other option 1, where to download DOC to Any Converter, you mention that it can be used to convert MS Office Documents to PDF files.  The programs we use are in a software called Magic and I have custom programs for Miller.  During the report generation I send the GUI document to the PDF Camp Printer Driver so I’m not really building a text or doc report/file it builds directly to a PDF file or I send it to the printer.  If going to a PDF driver it takes the name of my I/O file and then I rename and continue on with another record that might go to another output I/O file and again I rename when it is generated.  I have not downloaded this software yet because I want to see what you have to say first.
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We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to you, we suggest you may run regedit.exe to open registry editor application first, search “pdfcamp” keyword, set following items to every found item,

AutomaticDirectory=C:\out.pdf   Type is: "REG_SZ"
AutomaticOutput=1               Type is: "REG_DWORD"
AutomaticValue=2                Type is: "REG_DWORD"
AutoView=0                      Type is: "REG_DWORD"

after you modified all found "PDFcamp" items in registry, please print a document to PDFcamp Printer, then you will get a "C:\out.pdf" properly.

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