Daily Archives: 2013/06/04

How to type on a PDF file?

It is known to all that we can not type casually in PDF as we do in word document. In the following part, I will introduce a tool which allows you to type on PDF. It is VeryPDF PDF Editor, … Continue reading

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How to combine all print jobs into one print job by PDFprint?

VeryPDF PDFPrint Command Line can help you combine multiple print jobs into a single, multipage file, as long as the selected file format supported by this software such as PDF, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, RTF, TXT, etc. And … Continue reading

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Two options on VeryPDF for converting PDF to RTF by command line

When you need to convert PDF to RTF without MS Office installed by command line, VeryPDF provides two options for you. They are PDF to word Converter 3.1, which can convert text based PDF file to RTF and  VeryPDF OCR … Continue reading

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What is the difference between -raster and -raster2 parameters?

Hi there - we purchased PDFPrinter from you several months ago (I think it was September or October 2012), and so far it was working OK. But recently we experienced strange-looking printout of one of our instruction sheets - There … Continue reading

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How to convert PDF to RTF without opening output after conversion by command line?

Question: I'm looking at running something similar to the following line, in a batch file, thousands of times, as I generate each PDF file."C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PDF2Word v3.1\pdf2word.exe" -q -m -r -i test.pdf -o test1.rtfThe question is how do I … Continue reading

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