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Print to PDF Toolkit Pro software enhances the features of Microsoft Print to PDF in many ways. For instance, it allows adding multiple paper types and defining custom paper sizes for Microsoft Print to PDF printer, it allows password protection for PDF documents, allow users to save PDF files without prompt (skip Save-As-PDF dialog), to append PDF files, to automatically output PDF files to a folder or a file, to customize PDF meta data in PDF properties, to change image resolution to reduce PDF file size, to change PDF layout and page mode to impress readers. It enables users to convert photos to PDF in batch, convert web pages to PDF in batch, and offers batch conversion for Word to PDF, Excel to PDF, PowerPoint to Excel, TXT to PDF, RTF to PDF, DWG to PDF, DXF to PDF. Print to PDF Toolkit Pro includes all the features of Repair Tool for Microsoft Print to PDF, therefore, users can repair or reinstall Microsoft Print to PDF printer and software package at any time.
Automatically save PDF files to a specific folder or a specific file
Easily automate PDF creation by bypassing Save-As-PDF dialog and saving PDF files to a folder of your choice. You can also save PDF file(s) to a specific file. If the destination PDF file exists, you are allowed to overwrite, append, rename or skip the existing PDF file. The pro version makes file naming and renaming flexible with user-defined rules.
Save PDF files without prompt
Pro version allows you to save PDF files without user prompt. You would never see any Save-As-PDF-Document dialog again. Even if you are accessing your computer via Remote Desktop or Terminal Services, you can still save PDF files without prompt.
Email PDF document as email attachment
After you print your Word document, Excel spreadsheet, PowerPoint slide decks, or AutoCAD drawings to Microsoft Print to PDF printer, you can immediately email your PDF document as email attachment. Just type in the recipient's email address, and click Send Email.
Automatically Open PDF document after creation
Adobe PDF software has the advantage of automatically opening a PDF document after it is created. However, Microsoft Print to PDF does not allow you to do so. Print to PDF Toolkit Pro software makes it a possible now. Simply enable the option in Automate PDF creation dialog, and here you go.
Post-Processing for PDF documents
You have a bunch of options to manipulate your PDF documents after they are created as a result of printing to Microsoft Print to PDF printer. You are allowed to specify another software application to process the PDF documents on the background, or you can send the created PDF documents to a LaserJet or Inkjet printer. If you are designing a document processing flow, this feature makes you more convinced to process your PDF documents in the flow.
Adobe PDF allows you to protect your PDF document from unwanted access with a password. Microsoft Print to PDF does not offer password protection natively. Microsoft Print to PDF Toolkit enables you to password protect your PDF documents with a user password and/or an owner password.
Another way to protect your document from unwanted access is to disable certain permissions in your PDF document when it is created. You are empowered to allow or disallow printing PDF document, changing PDF document, content copying and extraction, authoring comments and form fields, signing and filling in form fields, content accessibility, and PDF document assembly.
Avoid Information Leakage in PDF Document Properties
Microsoft Print to PDF generates PDF document with title, subject, and author information as the meta data in the header of PDF document. Some users might not like the idea of leaving such footprints and traces in their PDF documents, as it constitutes information leakage in a sense. The Pro version software allows you to either remove such information or override the information with whatever content you prefer. Not limited to author, title, subject information, you are empowered to remove or override keywords, creator, and producer information in your PDF document.
Create PDF document with splendid page mode and layout mode
The PDF document created by Microsoft Print to PDF printer is a PDF document with the default page mode and default layout mode. There is no option in the printer that allows you to change page mode and layout mode. Do you want to create a splendid full-screen PDF document? Or a PDF document with thumbnail or outline page mode? The pro version is the key to make it happen. You can also set page layout mode, such as single page, one column, two columns left, or two columns right. The initial appearance and layout of your PDF document can be many, such as center on screen, hide or display document title, tool bar, menu bar, and other windows.
Microsoft Print to PDF does not allow you to convert other types of documents to PDF files in batch. The Pro version software allows batch conversion from the following file types to PDF,
Microsoft Word to PDF (.DOC, .DOCX)
Microsoft Excel to PDF (.XLS, .XLS)
Microsoft PowerPoint to PDF (.PPT, .PPTX)
Rich Txt Format to PDF (.RTF)
Plain Text Format to PDF (.TXT)
Web Pages to PDF (.HTM, .HTML, SHTML)
Photos to PDF (.JPG, .JPEG, .PNG, .BMP)
AutoCAD drawings to PDF (.DWG, .DXF)
The batch conversion feature replaces DOC2PDF, XLS2PDF, PPT2PDF, RTF2PDF, TXT2PDF, HTM2PDF, HTML2PDF, DWG2PDF and DXF2PDF tools to increase your work efficiency.
Add More Paper Sizes and Custom Paper Size
Do you want to add more paper sizes into your Microsoft Print to PDF printer? Are you about to define a custom paper size? The Pro version software helps you create it for Microsoft Print to PDF printer. The software comes with a huge collection of paper type library including all major paper types widely used in North America, and ISO A, ISO B, ISO C, ANSI, Arch, DIN 476, as well as JIS paper sizes.
Adjust PDF resolution and PDF Print Quality
Image is an important part of PDF document. Image quality is measured by image resolution in DPI (dots per inch), and it greatly affects PDF print quality. The default image resolution in Microsoft PDF to PDF printer is 600 x 600 dpi. However, this repair tool allows you to upgrade or downgrade the resolution.
Backup and Restore Settings
Microsoft does not offer you an option to back up and restore the settings of Microsoft Print to PDF printer. This repair tool enables you to do so easily. No prior knowledge is required. Simply tell the tool where you want to save the settings, and where to restore the settings from.
Repair and Troubleshooting
When Microsoft Print to PDF printer does not work properly, simply reinstall the printer with the Toolkit Pro version software. You may also clear print queue or view print jobs with a click of your mouse button. Shortcuts to printer folder, printer properties, and printing preferences are available. You can also set Microsoft Print to PDF printer as your system default printer with a click. If you do not feel like Microsoft Print to PDF, you can removing it completely by clicking Uninstall button.
Updates: official site does not provide any info about changes in this version
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