fuzzy text from PDFPrint command line

VeryPDF PDFPrint v2.0
Build: Oct 30 2007

Hello,

We are having trouble with fuzzy text appearing on our documents that are printed with PDFPrint command line.  When we print the same PDF with adobe reader, the text is clean.  I wanted to know if there is a more recent build of our product, or if you know of something in the PDF that is causing the quality degradation.  I’ve included a sample copy of a PDF generated from our QA environment that prints clean under adobe reader, but no so under PDFPrint command line.  We love the product and this is the first quality issue we’ve ever had from it in the years we’ve used it.

As far as I know, we have not changed the method we use to generate the documents, or the font or internals of the original document.  We merge data and documents in OpenOffice and use OpenOffice to generate the PDF. The fonts on the documents are all Arial.  The only difference between the fuzzy and clear fonts that I can see is the clear ones are bold.  We are using option in PDFPrint to print the files to a particular tray, printer and duplex, but nothing else.  I can reproduce the fuzzy text when I use the following command: pdfprint  -printer \\lifedev\sys_1 PWY0CKP2W10.pdf

Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you.
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Please download the latest version of PDF Print Command Line application from our website first,

http://www.verypdf.com/pdfprint/index.html

After you downloaded the latest version of PDFPrint Command Line product, you can add -raster2 parameter to print your PDF file to Windows Printer with best quality, for example,

pdfprint.exe -raster2 C:\verypdf-test.pdf

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Just to let you know that the new version fixed the fuzzy text. There was a margin issue but I managed to fix it using –printermargins.
We need to take out the evaluation watermark but we don’t know how to do it. Need your help.

Geoff is on vacation and I’m handling this for now.
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Hello,

After installing the new version of pdfprint.exe, our billing document with a Western Life logo is not printing right. It shifted one line up and the agent name is now printed over the logo.

I’m attaching 2 files (odt file – doc containing merge tags and pdf – final document showing agent name printed on same line with the logo). Need immediate help as we are not mailing the bills for now until this problem is fixed.

Thanks.
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Please add -raster2 parameter to try again, -raster2 parameter will print your PDF file at better quality,

Pdfprint.exe -raster2 C:\test.pdf

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Hello,

-raster2 parm was already added to the command and it did fix the fuzziness but it shifted the document 1 line up overwriting the pre-printed logo as you can see on attachment from my previous email.

Thanks.
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Hello

More informations to help troubleshoot.

Please see attachments WLA001.pdf and WLA002.pdf.

WLA001.pdf
The command line I was using to print was:

pdfprint.exe -raster2 -printer WLA001.pdf

The document is shifting closer to the right side and bottom side cutting out some text on the bottom part of the document.

WLA002.pdf
The command line I was using to print was:

pdfprint.exe -raster2 -printermargins -printer WLA002.pdf

It fixed the bottom and right side but if we use the billing paper with pre-printed logo the line showing AGENT:Yvette Berard will print over the logo. Please check my previous email with attachment to check the document where it is over printing the logo.

Thanks.
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Please add "-raster2 -printermargins" parameters to try again, will you work better with these parameters? For example,

pdfprint.exe -raster2 -printermargins C:\input.pdf

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