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This section contained step-by-step instructions demonstrating how to enable and configure the features available in PDF Image Printer and give a brief overview of how each feature works.

For basic tutorials on how to convert files using PDF Image Printer and create the most common file formats, see the Basic Conversions section. For technical documentation for each of the property tabs found in the Profile Manager utility, see the Profile Manager section.

You can jump directly to a tutorial by selecting a link below, or you can refer to the table of contents for a complete list of step-by-step instructions.

How to get started

Create a New Profile Settings File

View You PDF File

 

Save Options

Save Files Without Prompting

Change Output Type

Create a Serializing Sequence of Files

Change Where Files are Saved

Automatically Split Files

Reduce Searchable PDF File Size

Reduce Non-Searchable PDF File Size

 

Fax Mode

Create Fax Format Files

 

Filename Creator

Create a Custom Filename with Text

Create a Custom Filename with Unique File ID (GUID)

Create a Custom Filename with Date and Time

Create a Custom Filename with Dynamic Output Folders

 

PDF Security

Set PDF Security Options

 

Page Editing

Rotate Pages

Crop Page Margins or Area

Trim Existing Margins

Adjust Page Brightness

 

Page Resizing

Copy Page Margins or Areas

Resize Images Using Resampling

Add Borders to Page

 

Document Information

Set Document Information

 

Stamping

Add Text Watermark Stamp

Add Image Watermark Stamp

Add Page Numbering Watermark Stamp

Add Date and Time Watermark Stamp

 

Text Extraction

Extract Text From the Created File

 

Run Commands

Automatically View the Created File

Send Email when File Created

Compress Created File into ZIP

 

Working with Large Paper Size

Add a Custom Paper Form

Configure PDF Image Printer to Use a Custom Paper Size

Print Well Logs as One Continuous Image