How to call User Defined EXE application from 64bit version of docPrint PDF Driver?

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I have docPrint PDF Driver, I need PDFcamp Printer because we use the “finish” application. (see below screenshot). Can you include the “finish” application feature with the 64bit printer driver?

Thank you


Thanks for your message, the docPrint PDF Driver in docPrint Pro v5.0 is already support the "finish" function, this printer driver is able to call your EXE application when a user print a document to it, please by following steps to set an EXE application to docPrint PDF Driver,

1. Please run “regedit” to launch Registration Editor application,

2. Go to following item in registry,

[On 32bit Windows system]

[On 64bit Windows system]

Set the correct values to following items,

; [REG_DWORD] This flag is enable docPrint PDF Driver to call your EXE application, 1 is enable and 0 is disable, you MUST set it to 1,

; [REG_SZ] This value is point to your EXE application, you MUST use full path of your EXE application,



3. okay. When a user print a document to “docPrint PDF Driver”, “docPrint PDF Driver” will call your EXE application automatically which you set to "AutoExecProgram" value, the command line will work like below,

C:\windows\system32\yourapplication.exe "C:\output.pdf"

int nReturnCode = WinExec("C:\windows\system32\yourapplication.exe \"C:\output.pdf\"", SW_SHOWNORMAL);

From your yourapplication.exe application, you can execute uploading, processing, converting, deleting, copying or any other operations to your PDF file, you can do anything that you want.

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