Create your files using the Raster Image Printer in 3 easy steps!
This section is designed as a "How-To" guide and describes the most common basic tasks you will use when working with Raster Image Printer. The objective is to familiarize you with the features available and give a brief overview of how each feature works. You can jump directly to the topic for each feature from the table below, or you can refer to the table of contents for a complete list of "How-To" topics and step-by-step instructions.
Save your documents as JPEG, TIFF, PNG, as a PDF file, or one of the other supported image formats. Easily create serialized files (one image per page per file) or multi-paged files (all images in one file) and use the Append feature to combine files or to create sequences of images. File splitting can be used to create sequences of files based on file size or page count.
Pre-set the file name and where it will be saved or have the driver prompt you each time. Advanced file naming can be used to set customized naming conventions.
Create secure PDF files using 40-bit or 128-bit encryption, password security, and permission levels to restrict access to document contents.
Individual compression settings for JPG and TIFF images, and full compression options for PDF files combine to give you full control over the file size of your output.
Add header and footer endorsements such as text and page numbers to your pages as you create them. Font style, size and color can all be customized.
Take advantage of the built-in page processing features - auto-rotate your pages, crop sections of your page, automatically trim the margins and adjust the page brightness in one easy step.
Copy each page of the document to a larger or smaller page with full alignment options. Resample each page to a particular width and height in pixels, as a percentage of the original size, or by setting a new image resolution (DPI).
Supports user-defined paper sizes allowing virtually any size paper, including large paper sizes for use in AutoCAD programs.
Specify commands to be run at the start of the print job, at the end of the print job, at each page, and on file close.
Includes text extraction capabilities with support for creating ASCII, UTF-8, and UTF-16 encoded files.