PDFStamp Command Line

PDF stamper v 2.3 problem, not support Acrobat 6 files

We used 2.0 with Adobe 6 without a problem but we now need pdf A and are using Adobe 10 so have upgraded to 2.3.

However when we stamp a PDF the resulting file only has a page blank except for the stamp.

Before and after attached.
Maybe the GUI version is old, we suggest you may download PDF Stamp Command Line v2.5 from following URL to try,


you can run following command line to stamp your PDF file correctly,

pdfstamp.exe -pdf D:\temp4\Rogs.pdf -o D:\temp4\Rogs-out.pdf -at VeryPDF

please refer to stamped PDF file in attachment.

Also, we will release a new version of PDFStamp GUI version after some days, we will let you know after new version is ready.

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PDF to Image Converter

memory leak problem with your PDF to Image Converter SDK


We have encountered a significant memory leak with your SDK.  Please let us know if this is something you can fix (and if so, when) – if not then we will have to design around it.


The Memory leak issue

The virtual memory size information available in the windows task manager is used to check for a possible memory leak.

Two test functions were used:

1. RasterizeNoThread()
This function is a loop that calls PDFToImageConverter function repeatedly. Monitoring the PVM shows no increase in the VM size.

2. Rasterize()
This function uses the _beginthread function. Monitoring the PVM shows a continuous increase in the VM size after the application has allocated all the memory it needs. This indicates a memory leak.

I have attached a PDF file in addition to test functions.
We haven't a new version of PDF2Image SDK product at the moment, we will try to solve this problem in the future releases, at the moment, we suggest you may by following steps to solve this memory leak problem,

1. You can write a standalone EXE Command Line application to call the PDF2Image SDK to convert PDF files to Image files,
2. Call this Command Line EXE application from your main application,
3. OK.

Because EXE process will release its memory after it exit from Windows, so this solution will solve the memory leak problem completely, we hoping this solution will useful to you.

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PDF to Vector Converter

Italic fonts in printed PCL file

the problem is that the we need to send to a PCL printer, and the printout is showing an italic font. Or how would you explain the difference between emf and pcl?
How do you print the EMF file to Windows Printer? Can you print your PCL file to Windows Printer correctly by following steps?

1. Open EMF file in Windows Image Viewer application,
2. Print it to Windows Printer by manual,
3. Finished the printing.

Can you see non-Italic fonts in printout document?

Please look at attached XPS file, this XPS file was printed from EMF file, as you see, this XPS file doesn't contain non-Italic fonts.

Can you please double check the printing procedure? Maybe this problem is caused by your printing application.

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DOC to Any Converter

ReportError: The RPC server is unavailable

In the process of evaluating your product I received the error shown in the screenshot below stating “ReportError: The RPC server is unavailable”. I’ve attached the files what I was testing with and the batch file I was using. Could this error occur because the “TEST SS.xlsx” file had some cells that reference the seconds file “TEST Linking.xlsx”? I assume your product supports this right? If not, then I don’t think your product will suit my needs. I look forward to your response as your products seems to do what I want with the exception of this error and not giving me any results so far.
I tried this again just to be sure and this time I got the following error with no image produced:

You have 293 time to evaluate this product, you may purchase a full version from http://www.verypdf.com.
Processing 1 of 1 sheets, sheet name is 'ss'...
Conversion time = 17206ms
C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\Test SS.xlsx ==> C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\Test Banners-Panels.jpg, result=ERROR
TickCount = 17206ms(17.21s), Result = 0
Please run following command line to try again, can you convert your XLSX file to JPEG files correctly by following command line?

Doc2any.exe -debug -useprinter -useoffice 1 C:\test.xlsx C:\out.jpg

I got basically the same results.

C:\DOWNLOADS\XLS\doc2any_cmd\doc2any_cmd>doc2any.exe -debug -useoffice 1 "C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\Test Banners-Panels.xlsx" "C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\T
Check license information...
You have 273 time to evaluate this product, you may purchase a full version from http://www.verypdf.com.
Check utility functions...
Start the conversion...
C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\Test Banners-Panels.xlsx ==> C:\Users\Justin\Desktop\Test.jpg
Convert Excel document by MS Office or OpenOffice application...
Convert Excel to metafile (2).
Processing 1 of 5 sheets, sheet name is 'Safety 10 mins'...
Processing 2 of 5 sheets, sheet name is 'Quality 10 mins'...
Processing 3 of 5 sheets, sheet name is 'ss'...
Processing 4 of 5 sheets, sheet name is 'Safety Panel'...
Processing 5 of 5 sheets, sheet name is 'Quality Panel'...
ReportError: The RPC server is unavailable.

abnormal program termination

I would make sure that your RPC (Remote Procedure Call) server is running.  Right click "My Computer"->"Manage" and go to the services section.  You can start/stop "Remote Procedure Call" service from here.  You can also right click and select Properties.... and see the Dependencies of the service.

After the "Remote Procedure Call" service is running, the "The RPC server is unavailable." Problem will be solved automatically.

You can found more solutions about " The RPC server is unavailable." On google,


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DOC to Any Converter, PDF to Vector Converter

Convert a Word Doc file to an EMF file

We are looking for a program that converts a Word Doc file to an EMF file.  I have attached a copy of a tax form as a sample.  Could you please send me a converted EMF file so I can look at your output?  Thanks.


Please download converted EMF files from following URL,


these EMF files were converted by following two command lines,

doc2any.exe D:\temp4\Form1040.doc D:\temp4\Form1040.pdf

pdf2vec.exe D:\temp4\Form1040.pdf D:\temp4\Form1040.emf

you can use DOC to Any converter to convert your DOC file to PDF file first,


and use PDF to Vector to convert PDF file to EMF file again,


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