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VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line is a PDF/A validation and conversion software

VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line is a PDF/A (ISO 19005-1) validation and conversion software, it is a command-line tool, you can call it from your scripts or applications or run it by manual, you can also call it from Windows Services or Web site applications.

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VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line analyses the content of existing PDF files and performs a sequence of modifications in order to produce a PDF/A compliant document. Features that are not suitable for long-term archiving (such as encryption, obsolete compression schemes, missing fonts, or device-dependent color) are replaced with their PDF/A compliant equivalents. Because the conversion process applies only necessary changes to the source file, the information loss is minimal.

VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line does not rely on other third-party software. VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line can be used in server environments or as a batch conversion process.

You can download a trial version of VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line from following web page,

https://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-pdfa.html

https://veryutils.com/pdf-to-pdf-a-converter-command-line

If you encounter any problem with this software, please feel free to let us know, we will assist you asap.

PDF2PDFA-CL is a command-line application based on our PDF/A converter component and serves to convert PDF files to the PDF/A-1b, PDF/A-2b, PDF/A-3b etc. formats.

VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line highlight features:
* Converts PDF to PDF / A-1b, 2b, 3b, etc. formats.
* Command line application.
* Processes – single files, lists of text files, folders and whole folder structures.
* Only a specified folder or entire subfolder structure can be processed.
* Convert PDF documents to PDF/A-1, PDF/A-2, PDF/A-3.
* Support for all PDF/A conformance levels.
* Make color spaces device-independent, e.g. by embedding ICC profile or setting an output intent.
* Embed and subset fonts.
* Colorants management (PDF/A-2 and later).
* Recover corrupt documents.
* Repair corrupt data such as embedded font programs or images.
* Remove transparency (PDF/A-1 only).
* Remove malicious content such as attached files (PDF/A-1 and PDF/A-2) and JavaScript actions.
* Remove multimedia content such as video and sound.
* Conversion of embedded and attached files (PDF/A-2 and later).
* Repair metadata and make them consistent.
* Read encrypted input files.
* Enhance output file.
* Set metadata.
* Linearization for fast web view.
* Use PDF file compression features (PDF/A-2 and later).

Supported formats:
* Input Formats
*** PDF 1.0 to 1.7
*** PDF 2.0

* Output Formats
*** PDF/A-1a*, PDF/A-1b
*** PDF/A-2a*, PDF/A-2b, PDF/A-2u
*** PDF/A-3a*, PDF/A-3b, PDF/A-3u

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How to merge more Excel Spreadsheets into one PDF file?

Hi Support,

Good Day, I try to create a script base on the documentation provide from website to merge 2 excel into one pdf with - E, but failed. Any other solution?

Thanks.

Regards,
Customer
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Thanks for your message, you can use VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter Command Line product to merge more of your Excel Spreadsheets into one PDF file, you may download the trial version of VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter Command Line from this web page to try,

https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any.html

after you download it, you can run one of following command lines to merge your office documents into one PDF file,

   doc2any.exe -append 2 -width 612 -height 792 C:\*.doc C:\out.pdf
   doc2any.exe -append 2 C:\*.doc C:\out.pdf
   doc2any.exe -append 1 C:\in.doc C:\out.pdf
   doc2any.exe -append 2 C:\in.doc C:\out.pdf

   doc2any.exe -append 2 -width 612 -height 792 C:\*.xls C:\out.pdf
   doc2any.exe -append 2 C:\*.xls C:\out.pdf
   doc2any.exe -append 1 C:\in.xls C:\out.pdf
   doc2any.exe -append 2 C:\in.xls C:\out.pdf

Please find the description for the -append option,

  -append <int>                      : Append document to an existing PDF file
    -append 0: Overwrite if PDF file exists
    -append 1: Insert before first page if PDF file exists
    -append 2: Append to last page if PDF file exists
    -append 3: Rename filename if PDF file exists

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Spool File Page Counter SDK – Wrong page analysis

Hi Guys,

We are evaluating the Spool File Page Counter SDK to analyse PDF files and during our testing we seem to have a page reported as BW when its actually colour.

The page in the PDF clearly has blue lines on it. Other colour pages in the document are correctly reported.

Any help would be appreciated, this appears to be a great solution for us but we do need accuracy as well as performance.

Thanks,
Customer
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https://www.verydoc.com/spool-page-count.html

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Thanks for your sample PDF file, we checked the blue lines in the page 3 in your PDF file, we noticed the line width for those blue lines are too thin, when we scale the page for color checking, those blue lines were disappear, this is the reason of the problem.

Please look at following screenshot, the width of blue lines on page 3 are very thin,

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We have created a new version of Spool File Page Counter SDK to you, please download the new version from this URL,

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The new version of Spool File Page Counter SDK does able to determine page 3 in your PDF file as color page properly, the new version will return following color information for each page in your PDF file,

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Page   1 is [Color]
Page   2 is [   BW]
Page   3 is [Color]
Page   4 is [Color]
Page   5 is [   BW]
Page   6 is [Color]
Page   7 is [Color]
Page   8 is [   BW]
Page   9 is [   BW]
Page  10 is [   BW]
Page  11 is [   BW]
Page  12 is [Color]
Page  13 is [   BW]
Page  14 is [Color]
Page  15 is [   BW]
Page  16 is [   BW]
Page  17 is [Color]
Page  18 is [Color]
Page  19 is [   BW]
Page  20 is [   BW]
Page  21 is [   BW]
Page  22 is [   BW]
Page  23 is [   BW]
=============================

As you see, it shown the page 3 as the color page, because the page 3 contains a blue line.

You may test this version carefully, if you encounter any problem with it, please feel free to let us know, we are glad to assist you asap.

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Use Spool File Page Counter SDK to analyse PDF pages and determine color pages and black and white pages

Hi Guys,

We are evaluating the Spool File Page Counter SDK to analyse PDF files and during our testing we seem to have a page reported as BW when its actually colour.

The page in the PDF clearly has blue lines on it. Other colour pages in the document are correctly reported.

Any help would be appreciated, this appears to be a great solution for us but we do need accuracy as well as performance.

Thanks,
Customer
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Hi,

I have attached the pdf we saw the issue with, you will see page 3 is colour but gets reported as BW.

Kind Regards
Customer
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https://www.verydoc.com/spool-page-count.html

Thanks for your sample PDF file, we checked the blue lines in the page 3 in your PDF file, we noticed the line width for those blue lines are too thin, when we scale the page for color checking, those blue lines were disappear, this is the reason of the problem.

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However, this is a minor problem, after you purchase the product, please send to us your Order ID, we will work on this problem and provide a new version of Spool File Page Counter SDK to you, the new version of Spool File Page Counter SDK will work better to you.

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I want to keep visible bookmarks table of contents in the left panel of Acrobat Reader when view the PDF file

Hello,

Thank you for your reply.

I tested your suggestion with the office version Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016, but it was not successful.

doc2any.exe -useoffice 1 -useprinter -showofficeui test.docx test.pdf

Attached you’ll find the source (test.pdf), the result from the doc2any conversion (test.pdf) with your suggested command below and the manual converted version (test-expected.pdf) with the bookmarks in it.

I created the test-expected.pdf manually using MS Word and configured these option,

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This leads to the result I wanted from doc2any conversion as well – the always visible bookmarks table of contents in the left panel of Acrobat Reader.

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These feature is very important to me, because I want to convert hundreds of large MS Word documents which are heavily used by readers. And without such an always visible ToC its hard to browse content from a e.g. 80 pages PDF.

Please come back to me with a solution for this bookmarks issue.

Best Regards
Customer
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https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any.html

Thanks for your message, if you want to keep the visible bookmarks table of contents in the PDF file when you open it in Adobe Reader, you shouldn't use the -useprinter option, you may run following command line to convert your DOCX document to PDF file again,

doc2any.exe -useoffice 1 -showofficeui test.docx test.pdf

If you still can't get it work properly, please send to us your sample DOCX document, we will test it and come back to you asap.

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