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WordToPDF Pro – Batch call

The call through the command line presents itself easy:

WordToPDF_Pro.exe [Options] source files

The command line is always evaluated in its whole. If you wish to convert documents with different options, you need to repeat this procedure accordingly often. The given options are not permanent and only apply to this particular procedure. If no options are given the settings of the latest start of WordProPDF Pro apply. The use of capital and small letters with parameters is ignored. The transfer of terms with blanks and special characters has to be put in between ".

Since often there are problems with too long command lines, it is also possible to name files that contain the respective parameters. In order to do that you simply put a @ in front of the parameter file.

Parameter Description Example
-Permanent The settings committed here are saved permanently. -Permanent
-PapercmW:??,? The width of the paper format in cm. This option should only be used together with PaperCmH. -PapercmW:21,0
-PaperCmH:??,? The height of the paper format in cm. This option should only be used together with PaperCmW. -PaperCmH:29,7
-PaperInW:??,? The width of the paper format in inch. This option should only be used together with PaperInH. -PaperInW:8,3
-PaperInH:??,? The height of the paper format in inch. This option should only be used together with PaperInW. -PaperInH:11,7
-PaperPxW:??,? The width of the paper format in points. This option should only be used together with PaperPxH. -PaperPxW:595,0
-PaperPxH:??,? The height of the paper format in points. This option should only be used together with PaperPxW. -PaperPxH:842
-Paper:xyz Here a paper format can be entered directly. The caption has to be found in the paper format select box of the WordProPDF options. -Paper:a4
-Printer:"xyz" Postscript printer driver -Printer:"Canon C LBP 460PS"
-Gs:"xyz" Complete path and file name of the to be used installation of ghost script (gswin32c.exe). -Gs:"c:\gs\gs7.04\bin\gswin32c.exe"
-PsDir:"xyz" Path for temporary buffer storage of PS files that are created out of Office. -PsDir:"C:\Temp\"
-UsePsDir:xyz Use the declared directory for buffer storage of PS files. -UsePsDir:Yes
-Format:xyz Sets format of result. Possible parameters are pdf, bmp, jpg, tif and pcx. -Format:pdf
-OutDir:"xyz" Hand over the output directory for the created documents with "", otherwise they are put into the input register. -OutDir:"C:\Pdf"
-PdfTitlePre:"xyz" Prefix for the document title of the created PDF documents. -PdfTitlePre:"Data backup: "
-PdfTitleSuf:"xyz" Suffix for the document title of the created PDF documents. -PdfTitleSuf:" - with WordToPDF"
-PdfTitleFix:"xyz" Fix document title of the PDF documents. -PdfTitleFix:"full title"
-PdfTitleDoc Document title of the PDF documents like the file name of the Office documents. -PdfTitleDoc
-DateReplace Replace all DATE fields in whole document with CREATEDATE or SAVEDATE fields. -DateReplace:Create
-TimeReplace Replace all TIME fields in whole document with CREATEDATE or SAVEDATE fields. -TimeReplace:Save
-DeletePS:xyz Automatically delete the PS files created by WordToPDF Pro after conversion. -DeletePS:Yes
-RenamePS:xyz Automatically rename existing and already revised PS documents after conversion. -RenamePS:No
-RenameDOC:xyz Automatically rename existing and already revised Office documents after conversion. -RenameDOC:No
-OpenReadOnly:xyz Only open documents write-protected. That makes sense when files have a write-protect password to avoid unnecessary input while converting. -OpenReadOnly:No
-Combine:xyz Combine all files in result to one file. -Combine:Yes
-TryOpen:xyz Allows to convert files on readonly directories (-TryOpen:No). -TryOpen:No
-Regusername:"xyz"
-Reguserfirm:"xyz"
-Regusercode:"xyz"
License WordToPDF Pro with the respective user data. This procedure is always permanent. -Regusername:"Mario Noack"
-Reguserfirm:"private"
-Regusercode:"1234567890"

Examples:

Example where all parameters were saved in one file:

File c:\option.txt

-pdftitlepre:"Data backup: "
-pdftitlesuf:" - with WordToPDF"
"c:\Test.doc"

Call of WordToPDF Pro:

WordToPDF_Pro.exe @"c:\option.txt"

As a result the file Test.doc, which lies directly in Root on Drive C, is converted.

So far as WordToPDF Pro was configured before to put out PDF documents, the document title is provided with the declared prefix and suffix.
In that case it is important that each parameter in the file is written on one line!

Example with several files:

WordToPDF_Pro.exe -pdftitlefix:"invoice" -outdir:"" "c:\invoice\*.doc"

As a result all the doc-files from the declared register are converted into exactly this one. All created PDF documents receive the title 'invoice'.

In case of questions, comments and suggestions please contact info@topdf.de.

Letzte Änderung: 19.03.2009
© 2014 by Mario Noack
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