Print Options Dialog

Description

The Print Options dialog is available when you elect to E-Mail or Save to File a layout in the Print Genie or Print Layout Genie dialogs. The Save as default link at the bottom of the page allows you to save the current settings as your default for the next time you email or save a layout.

PDF Options 

  • Concatenate 

    Allows you to combine 2 PDF files into a single result file. See also Combine files.

  • Multilingual support 

    Adds support for international character sets.

  • Embed fonts 

    Include required fonts in the PDF instead of allowing them to be resolved externally.

    If the font is protected, it can't be embedded; this is often the case for bar code fonts, such as Code39.
  • Linearize 

    If the PDF file will be displayed in a web application, linearization allows the browser to display pages from the PDF file before the entire PDF file has been downloaded. See also Linearize.

  • Black and white 

    Converts all colors to black, white, and gray.

  • Convert hyperlinks 

    Converts all hyperlinks started with "http://" into live links in the resulting PDF document.

  • JPEG Image Quality 

    Set the quality of JPEG images; this is a trade-off between image fidelity and size. Low quality uses the highest compression and produces the smallest images. No Compression produces the largest, highest-quality images.

PDF Watermark Options 

  • Watermark 

    Enables the watermark option. See also Create from Bitmap and Merge files.

  • Watermark type 

    Specifies how to create the watermark. The options are:

    • "Text"

    • "PDF"

  • Text 

    The text to use as a watermark.

  • Font name 

    The font to use for the watermark text.

  • Font size 

    The font size to use for the watermark text.

  • Orientation 

    The rotation of the watermark text in 0.1 degree increments.

  • Font color 

    The font color to use for the watermark text.

  • Horizontal position 

    The horizontal position of the watermark text in 0.1 inch units. This positive value measured from the left edge of the page should take into account the minimum printer margin.

  • Vertical position 

    The vertical position of the watermark text in 0.1 inch units. This negative value measured from the top of the page should take into account the minimum printer margin.

  • Foreground 

    When enabled, places the watermark above the page text, partially obscuring page content. When disabled, places the watermark below the page text.

  • Watermark file name 

    The name of a PDF file to use as the watermark. Optionally, click Click to create PDF from Bitmap to display the Create PDF File from Bitmap dialog.

PDF Encryption Options 

  • Encrypt PDF file 

    Enables the encryption option. See also Encrypt.

  • Owner password 

    Specifies the text to use as the owner password. Only the owner can change the User password and the document other settings.

  • User password 

    Specifies the text to use as the read password.

  • Can print 

    Specifies whether the reader can print the document.

  • Can modify document 

    Specifies whether the reader can edit the document.

  • Can copy 

    Specifies whether the reader can select text in the document and copy it.

  • Can add notes 

    Specifies whether the reader can add notes.

  • Use 128 bit key 

    Selects between 40 bit and 128 bit encryption. Readers will need Adobe Acrobat version 5 or higher to read 128 bit encrypted files.

HTML Options (V10 and earlier) 

  • Multilingual support 

    Adds support for international character sets.

  • Black and white 

    Converts all colors to black, white, and gray.

  • Convert hyperlinks 

    Converts all hyperlinks started with "http://" into live links in the resulting PDF document.

  • HTML File Type 

    Specifies how to represent multiple pages in the source document. The options are:

    • "Layers" - exports content as a single file with layers. Note : Mozilla and Firefox may have problems displaying this HTML.

    • "Single File" - exports content as pages in a single file.

    • "Multiple Files" - exports content as multiple files.

RTF Options (legacy) 

  • Multilingual support 

    Adds support for international character sets.

  • Black and white 

    Converts all colors to black, white, and gray.

  • RTF Type 

    Specifies how to represent multiple pages in the source document. The options are:

    • "Advanced RTF" - exports text and graphics, and uses frames to position objects.

    • "Full RTF" - exports text and graphics, but does not use frames to position objects. This format is easier to edit.

    • "Formatted Text" - exports RTF text only.

    • "Simple Text" - exports unformatted ASCII text.

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