How to convert from multi-page PCL files to multi-page TIFF files on Linux system?

I am reviewing you product Pcl to Tiff converter Linux Shell and was wondering if there is an option to convert a Multi-page Pcl file to a single Multi-page Tiff file. If I run the pcl2image program it outputs individual tiff pages.

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We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to you, I checked with our engineer just now, pcl2tiff and pcl2image software haven't an option to create multi-page TIFF file yet, they can only create multiple single page TIFF files, for example, if your PCL file has 10 pages, the software will create 10 individual TIFF files.

However, we suggest you may use pcl2any to convert from a multi-page PCL file to multi-page PDF file first, then you can use VeryPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line for Linux to convert from PDF file to multi-page TIFF file again, you may download VeryPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line for Linux from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-to-image-converter/try-and-buy.html#buy-cmd
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/pdf2image_linux.zip

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How to print PDF pages to different trays for stapling?

I'm trying to print invoices on different colored paper. I need to be able to print the first page on white paper in one tray, and the 2nd copy of the first page on green paper in a different tray, then staple those two pages together. How do I do that? It's treating them as two different print jobs since they come from two different trays. How do I tell it where the start and end of the print job is?

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Thanks for your message, you may use two different command lines to print your PDF file to different trays, for example,

pdfprint.exe -firstpage 1 -lastpage 1 -papersource "Tray 1" -printer "docPrint" D:\test.pdf

pdfprint.exe -firstpage 1 -lastpage 1 -papersource "Tray 2" -printer "docPrint" D:\test.pdf

The first command line will print first PDF page to Tray 1, the second command line will print the first PDF page to Tray 2, so you may run these command lines to try again.

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How to use a composite stamp to include both Image and Text contents with PDFStamp Command Line application?

Hi

We are considering purchasing a license for your PDF stamper tool and we are wondering;

Is it possible to have a composite stamp (i.e. that is an image but can feature some text elements also) that would be similar to the attached?

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Many thanks
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Thanks for your message, if you are using PDFStamp Command Line software, you need to stamp Image and Text contents separately, you need control their positions by yourself.

However, we suggest you may use VeryPDF PDF Toolbox Command Line software, please look at following web page for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201305/overlay-pdf-files-by-pdf-toolbox-36248.html

You can make a PDF file with image, text and input boxes, then you can overlay this template PDF file to original PDF file, for example,

pdftoolbox logo.pdf -overlay content.pdf -outfile "_overlay_out.pdf"

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We hope pdftoolbox.exe application will work better for you, you may download it from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdftoolbox/try-and-buy.html#buy
http://www.verypdf.com/dl.php?file=pdftoolbox_cmd_win.zip

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I want to set pdf expiration date to all my pdf documents.

I want to set pdf expiration date to all my pdf documents.

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Thanks for your message, VeryPDF has two methods to set expiration date to PDF files,

Solution 1:
You can use "Javascript to PDF Embedder Command Line" to insert a Javascript expiration function into PDF file, you may download "Javascript to PDF Embedder Command Line" from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/javascript-to-pdf-embedder-cmd/try-and-buy.html
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/addjs2pdf_win.zip

Please look at following web page for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201602/how-to-protect-pdfs-with-setting-expiry-date-42227.html

Solution 2:
You can use "Cloud PDF DRM Protector" software or "VeryPDF Cloud DocSafe :: Online PDF Protector" to set expiration date to PDF files, "Cloud PDF DRM Protector" software can be downloaded from this web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/cloud-pdf-drm-security/try-and-buy.html
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/PDFDRMProtector.zip

"VeryPDF Cloud DocSafe :: Online PDF Protector" can be evaluated from this web page, this is a Cloud Based Online application, you can test it online directly,

http://drm.verypdf.com/online/

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You may also look at following web page for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201408/expire-pdf-on-a-specific-date-by-verypdf-javascript-to-pdf-embedder-command-line-40943.html

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What is the difference between "pdfshell.shellexe" and "pdfshell2.shellexe" in PDF Editor Toolkit Pro SDK product?

We have downloaded pdf_editor_toolkit_pro_trial from site. As per the Readme file in the Bin folder, we had copied all the dll files to %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\,

And also run the below commands:
regsvr32.exe %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\pdfshell.dll
%WINDIR%\SysWOW64\pdfshell.exe /regserver

And further we had tried to convert one tiff images to PDF then we are able to convert with following code successfully.

Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell.shellexe") (OR) Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell2.shellexe")
ID = obj1.com_VeryCreate(pdfFile)
retValue= obj1.com_VeryAddimage(ID, TiffImagePath)
obj1.com_VeryClose(ID)

Queries:

1) We got above code in google in another site. Had we written correct code? If you have provided sample code in the trail files, please provide respective details so that we will check and take that code.
2) We are using 64-bit system. Even though it is of 64-bit system we are able convert tiff to PDF using pdfshell.shellexe instead of pdfshell2.shellexe. As per Readme file provided in trail files (Bin folder), we should use pdfshell2.shellexe for 64- bit systems.

On using pdfshell.shellexe in 64-bit systems, did we get any issues in future?

Before taking licensed version, we want clarifications for above queries. Thanks in advance.

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>>And further we had tried to convert one tiff images to PDF then we are able to convert with following code successfully.
>>Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell.shellexe”)
>>(OR) Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell2.shellexe")
>>ID = obj1.com_VeryCreate(pdfFile)
>>retValue= obj1.com_VeryAddimage(ID, TiffImagePath)
>>obj1.com_VeryClose(ID)
>>Queries:
>>1) We got above code in google in another site. Had we written correct code? >>If you have provided sample code in the trail files, please provide respective details so that we will check and take that code.

Thanks for your message, yes, your code is right, you can use this code to convert from TIFF files to PDF files easily.

>>2) We are using 64-bit system. Even though it is of 64-bit system we are able convert tiff to PDF using pdfshell.shellexe instead of pdfshell2.shellexe. As per Readme file provided in trail files (Bin folder), we should use pdfshell2.shellexe for 64- bit systems.
>>On using pdfshell.shellexe in 64-bit systems, did we get any issues in future?

Yes, you should use pdfshell2.shellexe for 64bit systems,

pdfshell.shellexe is for 32bit system only,
pdfshell2.shellexe is for both 32bit and 64bit systems,

pdfshell.shellexe is included in the pdfshell.dll,
pdfshell2.shellexe is included in pdfshell.exe,

Please understand their difference.

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