Dose PDFPrint support specific commands for dedicated printer?

I am trying one of your products, PDFPrint. I did change the paper size by "-paper 8" (A3) and then it printed out properly. Unfortunately, I continue next printing without "-paper" parameter, it still print the document by A3 paper. Did it save my previous settings automatically? FYI, I also used "-nochgprinter" before, did it affect my printer settings? Thanks

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Yes, target printer does remember your settings automatically, you can use -restoreprinter parameter restore the original settings after printing, for example,                                     pdfprint.exe -restoreprinter -paper 8 C:\test.pdf

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Thanks for your reply.How can I reset all parameter to default if I forgot to put "-restoreprinter" previously?

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If you forget to put "-restoreprinter" previously, there is no way to retrieve original settings, you need reset the new options to target printer again, please understand.

VeryPDF

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I cannot get output from selected tray of my network printer with "-chgbin" and "-papersource". Do you have any idea?
Thanks 

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You may run following command line to try again,
pdfprint.exe -listbins -printer "\\192.168.1.10\YourPrinter"
Can you get trays by -listbins parameter by above command line?

VeryPDF

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Thanks.Finally, I tried few times with EXE and SDK. Since I am using web application to call it, I think it may be security issue to block the tray selection.Do I have to set full permission for the SDK (.DLL)?Finally I got everyting working (for the functions I need at this moment). Thanks for your help.
Does PDFPrint support any specific commands for dedicated printer? Because our printer has function to staple documents after print, can it also be set with PDFPrint?Also, we are thinking to print multiple pages per sheet for the PDF (let say 4 in one side of a sheet), can it be done with PDFPrint as well?

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Yes, PDFPrint does support specific commands for dedicated printer, we suggest you may by following steps to try again,
1. Please run following command line to prompt the user Printer Dialog and save the printer settings to a disk file,
pdfprint.exe -savedevmode C:\file.dat -printer "Your Printer Name"
2. In the Printer Dialog, please set "Duplex" option to "Top-Top" or others, click "OK" to close Printer Dialog, you will get a C:\file.dat file,
3. Please run following command line to load the devmode from disk file and set it to printer,
pdfprint.exe -loaddevmode C:\file.dat -printer "Your Printer Name" C:\input.pdf
4. OK, you will able to print your PDF file with correct options.
We hoping above solution will helpful to you, please to try.
As to the problem “Also, we are thinking to print multiple pages per sheet for the PDF (let say 4 in one side of a sheet), can it be done with PDFPrint as well?”
Thanks for your message, PDFPrint hasn't "multiple pages on one sheet" function, however, we can develop this function to you at additional cost, if you are interest in this function, please feel free to let us know, we will provide a quotation for this function to you shortly.

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3 Responses to Dose PDFPrint support specific commands for dedicated printer?

  1. sebastien says:

    Hi,

    When I apply \"loaddevmode\" in my command line, pdfprint don\'t restore the original settings after printing even if I put \"-restoreprinter\" parameter.
    Have you a solution for me?

    Best regards,
    Sébastien

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  2. charles says:

    pdfprint.exe -savedevmode C:\file.dat -printer "VeryPDF PCL Writer"
    pdfprint.exe -loaddevmode C:\file.dat -printer "VeryPDF PCL Writer" C:\input.pdf

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  3. sebastien says:

    No, it doesn\'t work...
    savedevmode show me a windows form.

    And you can\'t restore default parameters with loaddevmode if you don\'t print anything.

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