I tried to print a html file with VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 trial version, and first printing embedded the font and the pdf file is vector. But after approx. 10th test printing say for me that "Captured EMF/WMF succeeded" and the font doesn't embedded and (i think because) then pdf is rasterized.
(I use to Windows Seven with IE8 to upgrade to IE9 and i removed IE after update to IE9. When i try to print www.google com then in the pdf files appear Google's noticed me that why use IE why not use to Chrome...)
Maybe that VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 use to some IE and/or Windows components and my machine changed? (i ready on your website: "System Requirements: Windows Platform, Internet Explorer 5 above, Internet connection.")
I don't know what is the problem. Please help me.
Yes, VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 does use IE to render the HTML file. If you can't get it work, you can download docPrint Pro v5.0 from following page to try, docPrint Pro v5.0 does support HTML to PDF Conversion function too,
"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i C:\input.htm -o C:\output.pdf
I chose for the VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 because it has a function: Auto calculate PDF paper size (this is an unique way, - other PDF creators there is no such a feature). And this feature is very important for me.
I tried to VeryPDF docPrint Pro v5.0 (Document Printer v5.0) and it doesn't have this feature. And I noticed something in this program.
When I printed a HTML page with 20px Verdana bold font then made a pdf file with embedded Verdana font (vector file): see Testing-1.pdf attachment. And when I printed a HTML page with 100px Verdana bold font then made a pdf file with outlined shapes without embedded Verdana font (vector file): see Testing-2.pdf attachment. I don't know why and how is this happening. Please help me.
And please tell me, there is a possibility that "auto calculate PDF paper size" with outlined shapes (without embedded font but vector pdf file like as Testing-2.pdf attachment)?
Thanks for your message, it seems if font size is too big (more than 100pt), our docPrint Pro v5.0 will convert characters to outlined shapes, I will ask our engineer to add a new option to control this behavior by a parameter, I will let you know after new version is ready.
>>And please tell me, there is a possibility that "auto calculate PDF paper size" with outlined shapes
>>(without embedded font but vector pdf file like as Testing-2.pdf attachment)?
Thanks for your message, docPrint Pro v5.0 hasn't "auto calculate PDF paper size" function, this function is exist in HTML Converter product only. However, this function can be done easily by following solution,
1. you can use docPrint Pro v5.0 to convert your HTML file to PDF file with a large paper size first, e.g., A1 or A0 or 100x100inch or more big paper size, the big paper size will allow all of your HTML content be fit to one PDF page,
2. you can use PDF Margin Crop to crop the margins from your PDF file,
3. OK, you will get a new PDF file without additional margins, the page size has been changed by the size of HTML content.
We hoping above solution will helpful to you, you may give it a try.
I checked docPrint Pro v5.0 trial version: the limit is between 40px and 41px, or 30.7pt to 30.8pt (embedded fonts 40px and 30.7pt, as already outlined shapes 41px and 30.8pt). See my attachments.
To VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 will you add a new option to VECTOR outlined shapes too? (now that VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 crashed on my machine or my machine crashed, pdf out is raster and neither embedded fonts with VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0)
I insist on the unique feature which is "auto calculate PDF paper size".
Thanks for your message, we will implement following functions in the new version of HTML Converter Command Line product,
1. Convert all characters to VECTOR outlined shapes in output PDF file,
2. Able to auto calculate PDF paper size by input HTML file,
3. The custom-build version of HTML Converter Command Line will not crash on all of your computers,
we will let you know after new version is ready, thanks for your patience.
I will buy VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 (GUI version) when VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 (GUI version) will be able to work well with IE9+ under Win7+
We are planning support IE9 completely in the next version of VeryPDF HTML Converter v2.0 (GUI version) product, but we haven't an approximate date for when will next version be released at the moment, however, we will let you know after new version is available, thanks for your patience.