How to print PDF with command line?

With the command line application VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line, you are able to create PDF document easily with some options.

VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line is a MS-DOS based tool for printing PDF to printers or virtual printers. This program can be easily called by another application or script, and it is helpful for processing plenty of PDF documents.

In order to print PDF document, please free download VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line. There is no need to install this application on the computer, only extraction to the ZIP file will be enough.

Open MS-DOS interface for using PDF Print Command Line. If you need to see how to use this application, please input the path of the executable file pdfprint.exe which is the called program for printing PDF document in unzipped package and then hit Enter button to see the application usage.

The usage of PDF Print Command Line is like the following one:

pdfprint.exe [options] [Options] <PDF Files>

There are several commands examples for you to refer to:

pdfprint.exe -firstpage 3 -lastpage 5 C:\lastpage.pdf
pdfprint.exe -scalex 50 -scaley 50 C:\input.pdf

The first command line example is to print page 3 to page 5 of PDF when printing PDF document. The options

-firstpage: first page to print, from 1 to max page
-lastpage: last page to print, from 1 to max page

The second command line example is to scale PDF document in X and Y direction. The options

-scalex: X axis scale factors, default is 100
-scaley: Y axis scale factors, default is 100

After inputting the commands, please hit Enter button on the keyboard to run the commands until PDF document is printed.

If you are interested in this application, you can click the following button to download VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line.

free download VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line

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2 Responses to How to print PDF with command line?

  1. Hugh Morgan says:

    Hi.

    I'm interested in the DOS PDFPRINT command. Can you answer the following questions:
    - can I print to a network printer?
    - can I print a PDF from a network share (ie \\NAS\sharename\filename.pdf ?

    Thanks,
    Hugh.

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    • VeryPDF says:

      >>– can I print to a network printer?

      Yes, you can use PDFPrint Command Line to print PDF file to network printer.

      >>– can I print a PDF from a network share (ie \\NAS\sharename\filename.pdf ?

      Yes, you can print a PDF file from network shared driver.

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