How can I avoid changing the default printersetings by using PDFPrint.
At this moment we are using PDFPrint to batchprint PDF-documents with different printersettings.
After de printing is done, my default printersettings have been changed to one of the settings given in the PDFPrint-command.
C:\pdfprint_cmd\pdfprint.exe –printer “HP Laserjet 5200 Plan” –orient 2 –paper “A4” –scalex 0 –scaley 0 V:\67720-1-C.pdf
My default printersettings before the command were Orientation “Portrait” and Paper “A3”.
After the command the settings were changed to Orientation “Landscape” and Paper “A4”.
How is this possible and how can I prevent this from happening.
Please use -restoreprinter parameter to restore printer’s settings after printing, for example,
Pdfprint.exe -restoreprinter -checkjobstatus C:\test.pdf
I tried to make a restore but it is a command that does not exist in the list of PDFPrint.
I printed with the command:
C:\PdfPrint_cmd\PdfPrint.exe -printer “HP LaserJet 5200 Plan” -orient 2 -paper “A4” -scalex 0 -scaley 0 V:\67720-1-C.pdf
After this I tried to restore with the command:
C:\PdfPrint_cmd\PdfPrint.exe -restoreprinter -checkjobstatus V:\67720-1-C.pdf
The last function does nothing but opens the total command list of PDFPrint.
What am I doing wrong?
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Also, you need combine these parameters into one command line, for example,
C:\PdfPrint_cmd\PdfPrint.exe -restoreprinter -checkjobstatus -printer “HP LaserJet 5200 Plan” -orient 2 -paper “A4” -scalex 0 -scaley 0 V:\67720-1-C.pdf
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