DocPrint Pro 5.0 command line not printing electronic signature

I am using Topaz signature pad and client sign in .rtf file using application provided by Topaz. When you print out, the conversion by command line does not show the signature as shown in the above attached file #4. Adobe Acrobat, DocPrint Driver and docPrint virtual printer seem to print out signature with date and time stamp but not the command line one.

Would you please look into this and recommend the solution as the signature is extremely important to me with Electronic Medical records. Thanks.

Regards,
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Hi,

Is it possible for you to change the "Topaz signature pad" to an image and insert the image into RTF file before you run doc2pdf.exe to convert this RTF file to PDF file from command line? I think this solution will solve the problem when you convert RTF file to PDF file from command line, if possible, you may give it a try.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

Best regards,
VeryPDF
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This is true electronic signature that is legally valid as it is with time and date stamp and if you change any thing in the rtf document, the signature will disappear. Pasting an image is not legally valid electronic signature as far as I know, as the same signature can be pasted anywhere and it does not have time and date elements. Electronic Medical Records has to be legally valid. Is there something you can do with the code so that it reads the signature, just as your docprint pdf driver is doing?
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Hi,

Because doc2pdf.exe command line is using MS Office OLE technology to convert RTF file to PDF file, so it should support all functions in the MS Word product.

I guess "Topaz signature pad" doesn't work if doc2pdf.exe convert your RTF file to PDF file at background,

"C:\Program Files\docPrint Pro v5.0\doc2pdf.exe" -s ShowOfficeUI=1 -i C:\input.rtf -o C:\output.pdf

Can you work see "Topaz signature pad" correctly in output PDF file by above command line?

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

Best regards,
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The command line you gave worked fine. The signature with proper date and time is printed correctly in the pdf file. Thank you very much.

Best Regards,
Customer
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I am totally stumped!!! The command line that you provided worked at home computer as I tested it immediately after you sent me the solution but it would not work on my work computer. Both of them have MS Office 2007. However following are the differences:

1. Work computer is Windows XP while the Home Computer is Windows 7 Ultimate
2. Work Computer MS Word has Topaz signature pad Add In installed.
3. When work computer opens the file during the execution of code because of -s ShowOfficeUI=1 part of the code, it does not show the signature stamp while the home computer does show the signature stamp.

When I say, did not work, what I mean that the Signature taken by Topaz Signature pad does not show up in converted pdf file. I am also attaching here with the test.rtf file.

Could it be different setup of MS Word? Could it be OS? Or Could it be the Add In that makes the difference? Please guide me to isolate the problem. Thanks.

Regards,
Customer
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Command line htmltools.exe worked fine as far as topaz signature stamp is concerned, it is just for your information.
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If this is of any help.... the Add In by Topaz Signature Pad is a Macro in MS Word. For Security reasons, it got disabled today and I had to enable it to make it work. Just for your information to narrow the problem..

Thanks.
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Hi,

We glad hear from you that this problem was solved, thanks for your great information.

Thank you!

Best regards,
VeryPDF

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Advanced PDF Tools Request Information

Is it possible to linearize a digitally signed PDF document using VeryPDF Advanced Tool?
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Hi,

Our Advanced PDF Tools can linearize the normal PDF files, but if your PDF
file contain digital signature, the digital signature will become "failed"
icon in linearized PDF file, because digital signature is used to protect
your PDF file, the signed PDF file can't be modified again, please notice
this matter.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

Best regards,
VeryPDF
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Hi,
Thank you for your reply.
I have one more question:
Is it possible to sign the linearized PDF document using VeryPDF Advanced Tool and retaining the linearization feature?

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Hi,

Thanks for your message, our Advanced PDF Tools hasn't digital signature feature at the moment, sorry for this matter.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

Best regards,
VeryPDF

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Scanned PDF to Word Converter

Hello,

I am trying to convert a .pdf to word and getting ghosted lettering with strikethroughs and misc other shadows/ghosts. When pasted it looks like this:

UbrorY' Qual'tar XLS Sttie-s blterprise .\-Iooular T.p" Ubrary S)'l\t<:",. Moool XLS81611 00. 202 I tap" ,101<, Tell LTO-4 drive., Eighl 4 Gblt fiber charu,el port •.

I was using Exact mode for reconstruction. When I tried either of automatic layout options, a doc file didn't even get created.

acrobat is version 9
word is version 2007
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Hi,

We have double checked your PDF file, your PDF file was created from scanner, however, we suggest you may by following steps to convert this PDF file to DOC file,

1. Please open this PDF file in Adobe Reader,
2. Please press CTRL+A, CTRL+C to copy all text contents into clipboard,
3. Create a blank word document, press CTRL+V to past all text contents from clipboard into MS Word,
4. OK, you can get a word document now.

We hoping above steps will work fine to you, please to try.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

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VeryPDF

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PDFStamp Command Line

With the registration process PDFSTAMP -REG "yourregkey"

Is there any way to supress the confirmation?
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Hi,

Thanks for your message, you can run following command line to register pdfstam.exe silently,

pdfstamp.exe -silent -reg XXXXXXXXXXX

please replace XXXXXXXXXXX with your real license key, then you will register pdfstamp.exe silently.

If your version of PDFStamp Command Line doesn't support -silent parameter, please feel free to let us know, we will send the latest version of PDFStamp Command Line to you shortly.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

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VeryPDF

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doc2any commandline

Hi, I am currently testing your demo doc2any command line utility. I am looking to purchase it but am having some trouble with converting a file to a fax type. Can you tell me what the correct syntax would be?

I tried:

C:\doc2any_cmd>doc2any -multipagetif -bitcount 1 -compression 3 xxx.doc xxx.tif

C:\doc2any_cmd>doc2any -multipagetif -bitcount 1 -compression 3 -width 1728 -xres 300 -yres 300 xxx.doc xxx.tif

I need it to be Compression Mode: 3=Group 3 Fax
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Hi,

you can run following command line to convert your DOC file to Group 3 Fax TIFF file,

doc2any -multipagetif -bitcount 1 -compression 88882 xxx.doc xxx.tif

doc2any -multipagetif -bitcount 1 -compression 88883 xxx.doc xxx.tif

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!
VeryPDF
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Hi, thanks for the response.

We are actually looking for a command line utility that converts all filetypes to tiff fax type (doc,xls,pdf,jpg,bmp etc). docs and images -> tiff.

And also, the same utility (or another) that converts tiff fax files to pdf. Tiff->pdf

Do you have such a program?
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Hi,

Our DOC to Any Converter is able to convert all office document types to fax type TIFF files, you can download DOC to Any Converter from following web page to try,

http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any.html

Our partner's e-PDF to Image Converter Command Line from following web page is able to convert PDF file to fax type TIFF file,

http://www.e-pdfconverter.com/pdf-to-image/index.html

you can use our Image2PDF Command Line v3.2 product to convert fax TIFF file back to PDF format,

http://www.verypdf.com/tif2pdf/tif2pdf.htm

however, we haven't a product which can convert BMP, JPG, TIFF, etc. image files to Fax type TIFF files at the moment, but 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.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have question on this.

Thank you!

Best regards,
VeryPDF

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