Does pdfstamp.exe has an option (that Acrobat DC has) to shrink page contents (or resize paper size) to a PDF document?

When I create a footer in Acrobat DC Pro, there's an option to shrink the document so that my new footer is placed below the document, instead of being placed on top of an existing footer.

The option window has the following text in it (with checkboxes):
Appearance Options
[ ] Shrink document to avoid overwriting the document's text and graphics
[ ] Keep position and size of header/footer text constant when printing on different page sizes
OK Cancel

Does pdfstamp.exe include an option to "Shrink document to avoid overwriting the document's text and graphics"?

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Thanks for your message, pdfstamp.exe hasn't an option to shrink PDF page contents yet, but you can use "Advanced PDF Tools Command Line" to shrink PDF page contents, please look at following web page for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/pdf-tools-command-line.htm#Set_page_content__

You can run following command line to shrink page contents before stamp it,

pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -j "60% 70% true"

Where the first parameter means to set page content to 60% of the page width and the second parameter to 70% of the page height, and the third parameter is a Boolean type value to set whether to center on page.

Note:

You can also use

pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -j "60 70 true"    

to set page content, where 60 and 70 are not scales, but the real size of the content.

You may also look at following web pages for more information about how to shrink or resize PDF page contents,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201208/resize-page-of-pdf-to-letter-size-31238.html
http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201111/how-to-edit-pdf-content-size-and-page-margins-12891.html
http://www.verypdf.com/pdfinfoeditor/resize-paper/resize.htm
http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201111/edit-pdf-page-content-scale-of-width-using-command-line-13567.html
http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201111/edit-pdf-page-content-scale-of-height-using-command-line-13559.html
http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201307/how-do-i-resize-a-pdf-file-and-save-the-changes-37261.html

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Can I intercept the receipt docket that is being printed? Is it possible to Edit the print receipt before it gets printed?

Hi,

I bumped into your software on google when I was try to research on Reading the print receipt. Can you please help me if you software can help me achieve the below?

We are building a loyalty software where by we would like to read the printed docket receipt. After reading the print file run our business logic and edit the docket by adding offers under docket or the points accumulated by the customer. So can you help us understand if your software can help us to achieve below?

1. Can I intercept the receipt docket that is being printed?
2. We do not want to stop the print. Our process should read the receipt and continue the printing process.
3. Is it possible to Edit the print receipt before it gets printed?
4. Does your software work with all kind of printers, that includes the normal desktop printer , POS receipt printers, ESPON printers, thermal printer?

Looking forward to the reply.

Warm Regards,
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http://www.verypdf.com/app/hookprinter/index.html
http://www.verypdf.com/app/document-converter/try-and-buy.html#buy_pro

>>1. Can I intercept the receipt docket that is being printed?

Yes, if your printer can be supported by Windows system, our HookPrinter SDK software can intercept the data which sent to printer without any problem.

>>2. We do not want to stop the print. Our process should read the receipt and continue the printing process.

Yes, our HookPrinter SDK software doesn't stop the print, it just capture the print data, and forward the print data to original printer continue;

>>3. Is it possible to Edit the print receipt before it gets printed.

No, the current version of HookPrinter SDK software is can only capture the print data only, it can't edit the print receipt.

However, if you want edit the print receipt, we will try to add this function in the future, for example, if a user prints a document to a Windows Printer, VeryPDF HookPrinter SDK will popup a window to show captured contents on the desktop, you can edit contents in this Window, after you finish the editing, you can click "Print" button on the toolbar, you will get this document to be printed and saved to other formats at same time.

>>4. Does your software work with all kind of printers, that includes the normal desktop printer , POS receipt printers, ESPON printers , thermal printer?

Yes, our software supports all kind of printers, if your printer is supported by Windows spooling system, it will be supported by our HookPrinter SDK software automatically.

Our HookPrinter SDK software works by two methods,

Method 1:
You print a document to any Windows printer, HookPrinter SDK will capture the data for editing, saving and forward the print job to other printers. But this method may not support some special applications.

Method 2:
1. You setup a connected printer to docPrint first.
2. You print a document to docPrint, docPrint will popup a Window to allow you to edit, save and forward the print job to the connected printer continue, this method does support all applications and all Windows printers, this method is more stable than HookPrinter SDK.

You can choose either method according to your requirements.

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VeryPDF RSS-to-Email, Automatically send new blog posts to your email subscribers, Turn Gmail Into an RSS Reader With VeryPDF RSS to Email

Your blog powered up by email
Share your blog posts automatically via email and on social media. Engage your audience, get more people to read your posts, and boost your blog’s results.

Smart distribution
Choose whether you want to send your blog posts instantly after you publish, or aggregate them into daily, weekly, or monthly RSS-to-email digests.

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Automatically send a campaign whenever you update your site, or populate a draft email with content from an RSS feed with a single click.

An RSS feed is a simple data file which contains some or all of your website updates. People can subscribe to your RSS feed using a feed reader and be automatically notified when your website is updated.

Most content management systems (like WordPress or Blogger) automatically create RSS feeds for you, so you may have an RSS feed even if you never set it up deliberately. Look for the RSS icon in your browser or on the website itself and take a look at this example RSS feed.

Any RSS feed can be used to automatically import content for your email newsletter, saving you from copying or re-writing items.

VeryPDF RSS-to-Email works by just sending emails, there is no software to install on either your desktop, laptop or phone. Read your subscriptions in your current email client, for example, you can read the emails on your iPhone, iPad and Android phone easily.

You publish your content only once. You do not have to worry about creating separate content for your emails. VeryPDF RSS-to-Email automatically take the content from the blog posts that you have published.

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Use "VeryPDF RSS Feed to Email Subscription" to email your blog posts to subscribers automatically

Popular Features Found in VeryPDF RSS to Email,

  • Integrates VeryPDF RSS to Email with any blogging platform that has the ability to produce an XML feed, whether that's WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, LiveJournal or some other solution
  • Employ easy to use feed related merge fields as well as VeryPDF's native merge fields
  • Implement an unlimited number of blogs and newsletters for one low price
  • Send emails in HTML and/or Text format (wysiwyg editor available)
  • Include an image from the blog post in the email
  • Save an email template inside VeryPDF RSS to Email every time a broadcast is sent (optional)
  • Scheduled Digests that deliver a loop of posts on certain days and times that you specified.
  • Advanced Reporting in graph format showing you opens and clicks (both uniques and totals)
  • Plus, with VeryPDF's flexible web forms and dynamic tagging ability, you can give subscribers the ability to select the frequency with which they receive email updates. In addition to schedule control, you can offer readers the option to subscribe to a specific blog category of their interest. Now that's segmentation at it's best!

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VeryPDF RSS to Email – $6.99/Month

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RSS Feed vs. Email Subscription: What's the Difference?

I was asked recently, "What's the difference between an RSS feed and an email subscription?" To accurately answer, let's take a look at what both are and the benefits.

Light bulb Use "VeryPDF RSS Feed to Email Subscription" to email your blog posts automatically

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What is an RSS feed?

RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and it's just that - a way to synchronize your content to other sites or tools. RSS is simply a stream of data that consists of a lightweight subset of the content it is sourced from. It includes the article titles, summary, and link back to the original post.

If you look in the upper right corner of this blog post, you'll see a little orange icon under the email signup option. The icon has lines inside of it that make it look like it's broadcasting radio waves. This is the standard symbol for RSS. If you click this icon, you'll be given options for subscribing to our blog using the RSS reader of your choice. (Popular ones include Google Reader, NetNewsWire, FeedDemon, and Flipboard). These applications let you create a dashboard of articles using RSS feeds that you subscribe to.

What are the benefits of RSS?

Offering an RSS feed gives you the ability to embed your content on other sites. If you would like to share your content with other sites and allow them to publish your articles within their content, you can give them a link to your RSS feed and they can easily embed it. Whenever you publish a new post, it will also update their website in real time.

RSS feeds are easy to add, and they can be used for other types of content like events, news, etc., though the most popular use is in a blog. Having an RSS feed maximizes your chances that visitors will stay connected to your content. If you're not offering RSS as a subscription option on your blog, be sure to remedy this soon. You could be missing out on subscribers!

What is an email subscription?

An email subscription is when people subscribe to your new posts via email. This means that they receive notifications via email without having to actually visit your blog. It offers a valuable service to readers who don't want to miss your posts. It's a free service and is valuable especially if your blog is rarely updated since the content is pushed directly to your readers.

What are the benefits?

Email subscriptions are automated - meaning it's hands-off. You don't have to manually subscribe or unsubscribe readers; it happens all by itself. (The email comes with instructions in the footer for how to unsubscribe.) By having email subscriptions, you're keeping readers in a more personal way. A high number of email subscribers is just as important and impressive as your monthly visits - plus, it shows a dedicated and involved readership. If your blog doesn't have an email subscription box, I highly recommend it!

So what's the difference?

The main difference is that RSS feeds go to your RSS reader, while email subscriptions go to your inbox. RSS feeds won't get trapped in your email spam filter, and they have no file size limits. They are 100% deliverable and can include podcasts. Email is a bit more limited. However, some people prefer to have all information sent directly to their email inbox.

Which do you prefer - RSS feeds or email subscriptions?

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