The 3-Heights PDF Printer prints PDF documents to any printer device accessible through the Windows operating system (not only PostScript). The tool can be easily integrated into applications and require no third-party products.
The 3-Heights PDF Printer offers all standard and several advanced printing functions:
Print PDF documents to any selected Windows printer
Group arbitrary PDF documents and pages thereof into print jobs
Set the page mode (center, scale to fit)
Set the vertical and horizontal page offset
Set custom paper sizes
Sort pages by page number or by document
Save the PDF print spool file on disk
Select the paper orientation
Select the paper bin, paper size, number of copies
Print PDF documents in duplex mode
Add watermarks (text or images) to the printed documents
Set the rendering mode (fast, precise)
Select the color mode (color, black & white)
Use JPEG compression
Convert embedded fonts to Type1 or TrueType fonts
Select the print quality
Print only selected pages
Create a device mode to save and load printer-specific characteristics
The 3-Heights™ PDF Printer also allows you to add watermarks (text or images) to the printed documents.
The 3-Heights™ PDF Printer API is a software development kit that can be used via COM API to support VB, .NET, Delphi, C/C++ etc. applications.
Interfaces for Java and native C are also available.
The 3-Heights™ PDF Printer Shell Tool can be executed from the command line.
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