Paperless Printer SDK supports PDF format. You can now print any Windows application to PDF format.
Using Paperless Printer SDK you can now print from any Windows application to PDF format.
You have the option of viewing the PDF file as soon as it is created. You also have the
option of opening the folder where the generated PDF files are stored.
Paperless Printer SDK provides an option to E-Mail the generated PDF document.
Use the E-Mail After Generate option to E-Mail the files.
Paperless Printer SDK provides option to transfer the generated PDF document to remote
site using File Transfer Protocol. Use the FTP After Generate option to transfer the
files to the remote site.
Paperless Printer SDK provides option to include various document
properties in the generated PDF document. The Document Properties include Title,
Subject, Author, and Keywords.
Images and Shapes:
Paperless Printer SDK provides option to include Images and Shapes
in the generated PDF document. Use Include Shapes option to specify whether shapes
are to be displayed in the generated PDF document. Use Include Images option to
specify whether images are to be displayed in the generated PDF document. Images
can either be saved as Bitmap or JPEG Images. You also have the option to change
the quality of images by specifying JPEG Quality and Image Pixel Format.
Paperless Printer SDK provides option to compress Text and Graphic contents
of the generated PDF document. Compression helps in reducing the size of the PDF
document. Use Compression Level to specify the level of compression to be used.
Paperless Printer SDK can embed TrueType fonts into the PDF document.
When fonts are embedded into a PDF document, the PDF viewers shall be able to
display and print the PDF document even if the fonts are not installed in the
computer where the PDF document is being viewed. Not embedding the fonts shall
keep the PDF documents relatively small, but the characters might not look exactly
like the original. By default fonts with non-ANSI character sets are embedded into
the PDF document. Paperless Printer SDK provides option to embed all the fonts used in
the original document. You can also control which fonts to be embedded into the
Paperless Printer SDk can produce secure PDF documents. The PDF
documents can be encrypted to protect its contents from un-authorized access.
When creating PDF documents, you can add restrictions using passwords that can
prevent the document from being opened, printed, or edited. You can specify a
low (40 bit) encryption or a high (128 bit) encryption.
Paperless Printer SDK provides option to set basic viewer preferences
to be used when the PDF document is opened. By default viewers behave in accordance
with any current user preferences. Viewer preferences represent a set of viewer-level
options for displaying the PDF document. A given viewer implementation may or may not
support these options.
Paperless Printer SDK can generate PDF documents in the form of presentations or
slide shows. The generated PDF document is displayed in the form of a presentation or
slide show advancing from one page to the next under user control. Using Transition
Effects and Effects Duration you can specify the style and duration of the visual
transition to use when moving from one page to another during a presentation.
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