- One-click PDF Creation from Any File
- Create in PDFelement Window
- Create PDF Files Using Print Command
- Edit Text
- Spelling Check
- Edit Object
- Edit Link
- Keep the Same Aspect Ratio When Resize the Image
- Convert PDF Files to Other Formats
- Convert Scanned PDF Files to Editable Files
- Modify Conversion Settings
- Convert the PDF File to the Image File
- Open, save, print and markup PDFs;
- Add, remove, move, re-size and rotate any graphical element within your PDF;
- Secure your PDFs with password protection;
- Convert PDF documents into Word, HTML, text and image files;
- Fill-in and create PDF forms;
- Insert page numbers, bates number, and page elements;
- Approve and sign documents digitally;
- Unlock text within images using OCR.
Download and Install
- Operating System: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista
- Processor: 1Ghz Processor or above
- RAM: 512 MB RAM or above
- Available Hard Drive Space: 500 MB or above
Note: See more details please visit: https://pdf.wondershare.com/pdfelement/tech-spec.html
2Download PDFelement on Windows Computer
- Visit https://pdf.wondershare.com/pdfelement/ to download Wondershare PDFelement's trial version.
- Double click the executive installation file and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the installation.
Register and Remove Trial Watermark
1Trial Version Limitations
- Leave watermark on your PDF files when you save after using the features with the $ symbol.
- Convert 2 pages of your PDF files and convert 5 times only.
- Find the "Purchase" button on the top right corner of the free trial version product window and click it. Or go to purchase it from Wondershare Official store purchase page.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the purchase process.
- Go to your email inbox to find the registration code.
(Note: Sometimes, you may find the registration code email located in the junk mail box.)
- Launch PDFelement and click the "Register" button in the top right corner.
- A Register window will prompt, you can copy and paste the email address and registration code to register.
- Seconds later, the status of the product will change to "Registered" in the top right corner.
4Remove Trial Watermark
Note: Position the pointer over a button to see the description of this button.
To collapse/expand the toolbar, please click the following button in the upper right corner.
1File Permissions and Properties
- General: You can set the quantity for the recent file list and set the display mode.
- Font: You can set Default Textbox Font for comments and Default Text Font.
- Convert: You can get more settings about each output format for conversion.
- OCR: You can set the default language to use in Document Language list.
- Update: You can set the frequency to check updates.
- Move to the top, you will see a "Search" box on the right corner.
- Type a feature or the content you want to check. You will see all the related results presenting under the search box. Click one of the results, it will execute the feature directly. If you get nothing from the search result, you can click "Get help online" to check the online resources.
Different Ways to Open PDF
- Drag and drop a PDF file into PDFelement window after opening it.
- Click the "Open" button to browse the PDF file to open or choose from the "Open Recent Files" list to open directly.
- Click "Home">"From File" button to browse the PDF file to open.
- Click "File">"Open" menu to browse the file or choose from the Recent file list directly.
- Right-click the PDF file on your computer to choose "Open With", then select PDFelement to open.
Open a Secured PDF
Some protected PDF files have other restrictions to prevent from printing, editing, copying, etc. When you try to print or edit this secured PDF file, you will be notified that you are prohibited to do so without the permission password. You can click the "Enable Editing" button to enter the permission password to edit it.
Page View Mode
- Single: Display one page in the document pane at a time.
- Continuous: Arrange the pages in the document pane in a continuous vertical column.
- Facing: Arrange the pages side by side, displaying only two pages at a time.
- Facing Continuous: Arrange the pages side by side in a continuous vertical column.
- Full Screen: Arrange the pages to fill the entire screen, with Menu Bar, Toolbar, Status Bar and Thumbnail panel hidden behind. Press Esc or F11 key to exit full screen mode.
- Click the "View">"Zoom In" or "Zoom Out" button to change the zoom level of the PDF page.
- Drag the "Zoom" slider at the bottom right corner of the status bar to select the zoom level from 1% to 6400% as you need. You can also click the "–" or "+" button to change the zoom level or click the "dropdown" button to choose the percentage of the zoom level.
- Hold the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard and scroll your mouse wheel to zoom in or zoom out.
- Actual Size:To resize the page to its actual size of 100% zoom level.
- Fit Width: To resize the page to fit the width of the window. Part of the page may be out of the view.
- Fit Height: To resize the page to fit the height of the window. Part of the page may be out of the view.
- Fit Page: To resize the page to fit entirely in the document pane.
5Preference of Viewing
- Navigation tab:You can set whether to open the bookmark pane and thumbnail pane automatically when you open this document to view
- Layout: You can set the layout mode to view this document.
- View: You can set the view mode for this document.
- Open To Page: You can set the open page for this document. For example, if you set to open page 2, then it will open page 2 automatically when you open this document every time.
- Click the "First Page" button to navigate to the first page of the active document.
- Click the "Last Page" button to navigate to the last page of the active document.
- Click the "Previous Page" button to navigate to the previous page of the current page.
- Click the "Next Page" button to navigate to the next page of the current page.
- Enter the page number and press Enter key to navigate to the page that you enter.
- Click the Search pane to enter the keyword in the box and press Enter key to start the search process.
- Press Ctrl+F keys on the keyboard, it will open the Search pane directly.
- Enter the keyword to the "Search" text box in the Status Bar and press the Enter key to search. Click the "Previous" and "Next" arrow button to go to the previous search result and the next search result.
6Show/Hide/Adjust Navigation Pane
- To hide the navigation pane, click the to hide.
- To show the navigation pane, click the Thumbnail pane or Bookmark pane, etc to show.
- To adjust the navigation pane, put the mouse click at the edge of the pane, when you get the arrow with two directions, drag it to resize the pane.
- Navigate to the page in which you want to insert a bookmark. Then click the Bookmark pane and select the "Add" button to insert bookmark.
- Click "View">"Bookmark" button, it will open the Bookmark pane to create the bookmark for the current page directly.
- Right-click the bookmark in the Bookmark pane to choose "Rename Bookmark" to change the name.
- Right-click the bookmark in the Bookmark pane to choose "Add Child" to add a child bookmark.
- Right-click "Set Destination" to change the bookmark to the current page.
- Right-click "Expand All Bookmarks" to expand all the bookmarks including the child bookmark.
- Right-click "Collapse All Bookmarks" to collapse the child bookmark.
- Click to undo the snapshot, you can use the mouse click to drag a new area for the snapshot.
- Click to save the snapshot on your computer.
- Click to exit the snapshot.
- Click to copy the snapshot, you can paste it somewhere else.
One-click PDF Creation From Any File
- Drag the document you want to convert on to the PDFelement desktop icon.
- If the PDFelement is open, drag the file directly into the application window.
Create in PDFelement Window
1Create a PDF from a File
- Launch PDFelement, click "Create PDF" box, select files to open. Then the file will be opened in the application window, you can click "File">"Save As" button to save it to a PDF file directly.
- Launch PDFelement, click "Home">"From File" button, select files to open, it will be the same steps as the above method.
2Create a PDF from Multiple Files
- Launch PDFelement, click "Combine PDF" box, click "Add Files…" button to select multiple files you want to combine. You can click the "Browse" button to change the output folder. Adjust the order of files as desired by dragging the file up or down to change the file order. Click the "Next" button, the final created single PDF file will be opened in the application window. If you want to change the page order, you can drag the page on the left Thumbnail pane to move the page up or down, then you can click the "File">"Save As" button to save again.
- Launch PDFelement, click "Home">"Combine Files" button, then it will be the same steps as the above method.
3Create a PDF From a Blank Page
Create PDF Files Using Print Command
- Open the file in its authoring application.
- Click "File">"Print" button in the file.
- Select the printer named PDFelement, and click the "Print" button.
- The file will be opened in our application window, click "File">"Save" button to save it to a PDF file on your computer.
1Add Stick Notes/Text Box/Typewriter/Area Highlight
- Sticky Note: To add a note comment, please click the "Comment">"Note" button,click where you want to place the note and make comments in the box.
- Text Box:To add a text box, please click the "Comment">"Text Box" button, click where you want to place the text box and double click the box to type comments in the box. A textbox is a rectangle of any size, possibly with a border that separates the text box from the rest of the interface, allowing the user to input text information. A text box usually remains visible on the document page, it does not close like a pop-up note.
- Typewriter:To add a typewriter comment, please click "Comment">"Typewriter" button,click where you want to place it and double click it to type comments as you want.
- Area Highlight:To highlight an area, please click the "Comment">"Area Highlight" button, drag the mouse click to select the area as you want to highlight.
2Add Comments Continuously
- Highlight: To mark important passages of text with a fluorescent marker as a mean of memory retention or for later reference.
- Underline: To draw a line under to indicate emphasis.
- Squiggly: To draw a squiggly line under.
- Strikethrough: To draw a line to cross out text, making others know the text is deleted.
- Caret: A proofreading symbol used to indicate where something is to be inserted in a line.
- Rectangle: A proofreading symbol used to indicate where something is to be inserted in a line.
- Oval: To draw an oval or a circle with pressing Shift key.
- Cloud: To draw cloud shapes.
- Polygon: To draw a closed plane figure bounded by three or more lines segments.
- Connected Lines: To draw an open plan figure with three or more line segments.
- Line: To mark with a line.
- Arrow: To draw something, such as a direction symbol, that is similar to an arrow in form or function.
- Pencil: To draw free-form shapes.
- Eraser: To erase the pencil markups only, it cannot be used to erase other markings.
1Stamp a PDF
- Click "Comment">"Create Stamp">"Create Custom Stamp" button, click "Select Picture" button to browse the picture as you want to, you can also name the stamp. Then click the "OK" button, it will be added in the Custom type under "Stamp" button.
- Click "Comment">"Create Stamp">"Manage Stamps" button, select the customized stamp to "Create", "Edit" and "Delete".
- Undo/Redo: When you annotate PDF documents, like add text box, add drawing or highlight, etc, you can click the "Undo" button in the top Quick Access Toolbar to undo the last operation. Click the "Redo" button in the top Quick Access Toolbar to redo the last undo operation.
- Delete: After adding annotations, or if you open a PDF document with annotations in it, please click "Select" button to go into select mode, then right-click the annotation to choose "Delete". Or click the annotation to press Delete key on your keyboard. Or click the Annotation pane on the left side, right-click the annotation to choose "Delete".
- Hide: If there are too many annotations on your PDF page to affect the reading of your text content, you can click "Comment">"Hide Annotations" button to hide annotations for current PDF reading. You can click the "Hide Annotations" button again to display all the annotations again. When you reopen this PDF file, the annotations will display automatically, it won't save the hide annotations status.
1Edit with Different Mode: Line Mode and Paragraph Mode
- Select "Edit" > "Edit Text" button, click the desired text to start editing, typing new text and deleting text.
There are two modes for you to edit the text: "Paragraph Mode" and "Line Mode". When you use the "Paragraph Mode", the whole text will appear in one complete block. When you use "Line Mode", each line of the text will be a separate block.
- Click the "Edit">"Add Text" button to add new text on the position that you want.
- Choose the text, you can change its font, font size, bold, italic and color, etc, as you want.
Note: If you want to edit a scanned or image-based PDF, you will get a yellow highlighted notice in the application window, so please click the "Perform OCR" button in the yellow notice or click the "OCR" button in the Ribbon, click the "Change Language" button to select the correct language of your PDF content to perform. Please refer to the chapter of "Perform OCR" to know how to perform it. After performing OCR, click "Edit">"Edit Text" button to edit the text then.
2Create and Edit Superscript and Subscript Text
- After openingn the PDF file in the program, please click the "Edit">"Edit Text" button to type the superscript or subscript text first.
- Select the text and click the "Superscript" or "Subscript" button, then the text will change to be superscript or subscript.
- Make sure the option of "Enable word spell check" in the "File">"Preferences">"General" menu has been checked.
- Click "Edit">"Edit Text" button, click the text where you want to check. When there is an error, a red wavy line will appear under the suspect word.
- Right-click the words, you will get the suggestions for correction, just click one suggestion to replace the suspect word.
- If the incorrect text is an acronym or a special term, you can choose the "Ignore All" option, then this acronym or the term in this file will be cognized as correct when you do spell check. When you reopen this file, the acronym or special term will be recognized as incorrect again
- If you want some words to be cognized as correct all the time, then you can add these words to dictionary. Select the "Add to Dictionary" option, this word will be recongized as correct no matter which PDF file you open. Or you can go to "File">"Preferences">"General", click the "Custom Dictionary" button to add or remove the word as you want.
- Go to "Edit">"Edit Object" button, click the image or other object, you will get a blue box around the object, you can drag it to move. When you drag the object to move, you will get the grid line for you to align it with other objects. Or you can click the object and press the arrow keys in your keyboard to move it. Put the mouse click on the edge of the blue box to drag, you can resize the image. Or right-click it to use "Cut", "Copy", "Delete", "Select All" and "Rotate" etc options.
- Click "Edit">"Add Image" button to select the image you as you want to add in the PDF.
- Link Type: You can select visible or invisible rectangle.
- Highlight Style:The effect when you click the rectangle link, there are four types: invert, push, outline and inset.
- Color:The border color of the rectangle.
- Link Thickness:The thickness of the four sides of the rectangle. The higher of the value, the thicker of the sides.
- Link Style:The style of the rectangle's border, there are three types of the border: solid, dashed and underline.
- Open a web page: designate the link to open a web page. Select this option to enter the URL of the destination web page.
- Go to a page view: designate the link to a specific page of this PDF, enter the page number as you want.
You can move, resize, delete and edit the link after you create it. Click the "Edit">"Link" button, drag the link to move to the desired position. Or drag the rectangle around the link to resize it. Or right-click the link you create to choose "Delete" or "Edit Link" to reset.
Keep the Same Aspect Ratio When Resize the Image
- Insert From a Blank Page: You can go to "Page">"Insert" button, choose "Blank Page". In the dialog box, you can set as many blank pages as you want to insert. The blank pages will be inserted after the current page by default.
- Insert From a PDF:
A. Choose "Insert">"From PDF" button, select the PDF you want, choose the page range that you want to insert in the target PDF, set the place and location for the inserted pages.
B. If you have opened multiple PDF files in the application window, you can drag a page from one PDF Thumbnail pane and drop at the place where you want to insert of another PDF Thumbnail pane.
You can set the page range that you want to delete.
After clicking the "Crop" button, drag the mouse to select the area that you want to crop, the area in the box will be kept. Double click the box to get the Crop Settings dialog to set the crop margin and page range. So if you set multiple pages, the selected multiple pages will be cropped as the same margin that you set.
You can set the Direction and Page Range to rotate pages.
Split One PDF into Multiple Files
Choose "Page">"Split" button, enter the maximum number of pages in the dialog box, it will split the PDF file according to the number you enter. Or you can choose to split by top-level bookmarks.
Extraction is the process of reusing selected pages of one PDF in a different PDF. You can set the page range to extract, the extracted pages will be generated as a new PDF file and be opened in PDFelement directly. Click "File">"Save" button to save it as a new PDF in the computer.
In the replace pages dialog box, you can set the page range of the current PDF file, click the "Browse" button to select the replacement PDF and set the page range of the replacement PDF.
- In the "Add Watermark" dialog box, you can input the text as the background and choose the font, size, color and position or add an image as the watermark from your computer via clicking the "File">"Browse" button.
- Click the "Advanced Setting" button to get more options and set the rotation degree and opacity. If you choose "Behind" in the "Location" option, the page content will obstruct your view of some part of the watermark. If you choose "Above", the watermark will cover some content, but you can adjust it via setting of the opacity of the watermark.
- Set the vertical and horizontal distance between the target page and the watermark.
- Choose the page range to apply the watermark.
- Choose one color as the background, or add the image/pdf file from your computer via clicking the "File">"Browse" button.
- Set the appearance by choosing the rotation degree, the opacity. You also can choose to make the scale relative to the target page or not.
- Choose the page range to play the background. You can select all pages or specify the page range.
PDF Bates Numbering
- Go to "Page">"Bates Numbering">"New Bates Number" button.
- In the Bates Numbering dialog box, you can set Prefix, Start At and Suffix, enter the number as you want.
- Set font, position and page range to apply the Bates number.
PDF Header and Footer--Page Number
What is OCR?
Download and Install OCR
- To do this, you can open a scanned PDF with PDFelement.
- The program will automatically detect the scanned file and ask you to perform OCR on a yellow notification bar. Alternatively, you can also click the "OCR" button in the Ribbon bar.
- The "Optical Character Recognition (OCR)" window will open.
- Then click "Change Language" button to choose the correct language of your PDF content (PDFelement supports over 20 OCR languages) in the OCR language list. You can also click "Customize Pages" to choose an individual page or a set of pages for OCR.
- After that, click "OK" to let PDFelement perform OCR. An indicating progress bar visually tells you the current progress.
- When the process is complete, the new PDF will be immediately opened in PDFelement. You can then edit the content with options under the "Edit" tab.
- Click "Edit">"OCR" button, or click the "Perform OCR" button in the yellow highlighted notice.
- Choose the correct language of your PDF content in the following window by clicking the "Change Language" button. If there are several languages used in your PDF content, you need to choose multiple languages in the OCR language list. You can click the "Customize Pages" button to set the page range to perform OCR only.
- After performing OCR, it will open the new created PDF file in PDFelement automatically, click "Edit" >"Edit Text" button to modify the text of the PDF file.
Convert PDF Files to Other Formats Files
- After opening your PDF file in PDFelement, click the "Home">"To Word" or other output formats buttons to convert.
Or you can click the "Convert PDF box" after opening PDFelement to add PDF file to covert.
- In the new dialog box, you can change the output format again if you need. Click the "Options" button to go to get more settings for conversion. You can click the "Browse" button to change the output folder as follow.
- After conversion, you can go to the output folder to find the converted file on your computer. Or click the link in our dialog box, it will lead you to the output folder directly.
Convert Scanned PDF Files to Editable Files
Modify Conversion Settings
Convert the PDF File to the Image File
1Convert Each Page as One Image File
2Convert all Pages as One Image File
Fill In Forms
Fill Interactive Forms
If a PDF form contains interactive form fields, you can fill in the form with the Hand Tool. You will see a yellow highlighted notice appear as following. It informs you that this document is a fillable form.
- Hand iconAppears when mousing over a text field, radio button or check box.
- I-cursor iconAppears when you click the text field, you can type text into the field.
Fill Non-interactive Forms
If a PDF form contains non-interactive form fields, you can fill in the form by clicking "Comment">"Typewriter" button. Or you can click the "Edit">"Add Text" button to add text directly.
Create Fillable Forms
- Open the PDF file in PDFelement and click "Form">"Add Text Field" button or other buttons.
- Click the place you want to add the field or button.
- Text Field: Lets the user type in text, such as name, email address, phone number, etc.
- Check Box: Presents yes-or-no choices for individual items. If the form contains multiple check boxes, users can select what they want.
- Radio Button: Presents a group of choices from which the user can select only one item in the same group.
- Combo Box: Lets the user either choose an item from a drop down list.
- List Box: Displays a list of options the user can select.
- Button: Creates an interactive form element to initiate certain predefined actions, such as opening a file, opening a website, or submit a form to a web server. This button appearance can also be customized.
- Signature Field: Creates a blank digital signature field for reviewers to sign the document.
- General: You can set the field name and common properties.
- Appearance: You can set borders and colors, and the font/size/color of the filled in text.
- Options: You can set the alignment of the filled in text. Set multi-line, scroll long-text or limited characters of the filled in text. It also has the spell check function of the filled in text.
- Actions: You can set the field actions. For example, you can choose "Open a web link" in the "Action", click the "Add" button to enter the website link in the new dialog box.
- Format: Set the format category for this field.
- Validate: Set the value of this field.
- Calculate: Set the calculation of the fields. Choose the calculation as you want, click the "Pick" button to pick the fields that you want to calculate. For example, the following is the text field 3 properties, so it means text field 3=text field 1+text field 2.
Set Tab Order
You can set the tab order of the form you created. The order number will show on the top left corner in purple box. By default, the tab order is the order of creating these fields and buttons. You can change to set the tab order as you want: After opening the interactive form PDF file in PDFelement, please click "Form">"Edit Form" button, right-click one field to choose "Set Tab Order". The default order will show, the you can click the field or button one by one as the new order that you want. After setting, click the "Close Form Editing" button, fill in the field or button using the Tab key as the order that you set.
Note: You can only set tab order within one page.
- Click "Form">"Edit Form" button after opening the interactive form PDF file in PDFelement.
- Hold the "Ctrl" key on the keyboard, click multiple fields as you want, the clicked ones will be selected only. Or you can right-click one field to choose "Select All", then all the fields within this page will be selected.
- The "ALIGNMENT" tab will appear, please click it to choose the alignment you want to do for the selected fields.
Import/Export Form Data
- Click "Form">"Export" button to choose the folder and rename the file, it will export the data in a .fdf format.
- Click "Form">"Import" button to select a .fdf format file to import for the same PDF file.
- Click "Form">"Clear" button to clear all the filled in data in the PDF form.
Password and Permissions
1Check PDF Permissions
2Add Open/Permission Password
Tip: There is no way to recover password from the PDF if you forget it. We recommend that you keep a backup of the passwords that you have used to protect your PDFs.
Open Password settings:
- Require a password to open the document—selects to require users to type the password you specify to open the document.
- Password—type the password as you want that users must type to open the document.
- Confirm password—type the password again to confirm the password.
Permission Password settings:
- Require a password to change security settings and get access to specific functions—selects to require users to type the password you specify to edit, change or print the document.
- Password—type the password as you want that users must type to change the permissions settings. If the file is opened in PDFelement, the user can view the file but must enter the permissions password to change the file's security and permissions settings.
- Confirm password—type the password again to confirm the password.
- Printing allowed—specified the level of printing which users are allowed for the PDF document.
- Changes allowed—defines which editing actions are allowed in the document.
- Enable copying of text, image and other content—defines whether copying of text, images and other content is allowed.
3Remove Open/Permission Password
1 About Digital ID
2Sign a PDF
3Create a Signature
- New PKCS#12 digital ID file—Stores the digital ID information to a file with the extension .pfx on Windows and .p12 on Mac OS. You can use the files interchangeably across different operating systems.
- Windows Certificate Store—Stores the digital ID to a common location. Other windows applications can also retrieve it.
5Validate and Clear Signature
1 Mark for Redaction
- Select the "Protect">"Mark for Redaction" button (you will get a pop up dialog window to provide the instructions, you can check the option of "Don't show again" if you already know the instructions), and the hand tool changes into a Cross automatically.
- (Optional) Double-click an image to mark an entire image which will be in a red rectangle.
- (Optional) Hold the pointer over the text you want to redact and drag a rectangle around it.
- The rectangle will be filled with black color once moving close the pointer to the seclted area, when you move the pointer away, it will be in a red rectangle.
2 Set Redaction Properties
3 Apply Redactions
- Select "Protect">"Apply Redactions".
- A dialog box pops up to give a warning message and ask if you are sure to apply the redaction or not
- Select "OK" after you have marked all content that you want to redact.
4 Search and Redact
- Select "Protact">"Searach&Redact" button. Then type the text you wish to find and redact into the search box in the Search and Redact pane.
- Check the item in the search result list, it will help you redact the text automatically.
- Click the "Apply All Marks" button, you will get the warning message to ask you if you are sure to remove them permanently.
- Click the "OK" button if you are sure to remove
- Choose "File">"Share" button.
- Click the "Email" button, it will open your email box directly.
- The PDF will be attached in the email automatically.
- Type the subject and email address to send.
Send to Evernote
- Click "File">"Share">"Evernote" button.
- You will see the current PDF document is attached to your Evernote ready.
Upload to Dropbox
- Click "File">"Share">"Dropbox" button.
- Select "Send PDF to Dropbox" or "Send All open PDF to Dropbox".
- Log in your Dropbox account to upload.
Upload to Google Drive
- Click "File">"Share">"Google Drive" button.
- Select "Send PDF to Google Drive" or "Send All open PDF to Google Drive".
- Log in your Google Drive account to upload.
- Web ready: Creates files optimized that are optimized for on-screen viewing. Images will be compressed using a lossy compression technique, and images with resolution greater than 150dpi will be downsampled. Use this setting when you want to create the smallest possible file size and where print quality is less important than file size, for example in preparing PDFs for display over the web.
- Office ready: Creates files that are optimized for printing to standard home or office printers. Images will be compressed using a lossy compression technique, and images with resolution greater than 300dpi will be downsampled. Use this setting when you want to create a file that retains decent print quality when printed to a general use printer, while remaining relatively compact in terms of file size, for example in preparing PDFs for emailing to coworkers.
- Print ready: Creates files that are optimized for printing to professional-quality printers. Images will be compressed using a lossless compression technique (pixel information will not be discarded), and images with resolution greater than 600dpi will be downsampled. This setting creates high print-quality files, while reducing file size as much as possible, and is ideal for files intended for commercial printing.
- Custom:: Enables you to manually configure the following optimization options.
1Print a PDF document
- Make sure you have installed the printer successfully.
- Click "File">"Print" button.
- Specify the "Printer", "Page Size", "Page Range", "Print Mode" and other options.
- Click "Print" button.
2Print a portion of a page
- Select the "Crop" button by choosing "Page">"Crop".
- Use the mouse click to drag the area that you want to print.
- Double click the selected area, you will get a new dialog window of more settings.
- After setting the selected area, click the "OK" button to crop.
- Click "File">"Print" button print this cropped page as you want.
3Print multiple pages through page thumbnails
- Open the document that you want to print, and then click the Thumbnail pane on the left navigation pane.
- Ctrl-click to select multiple pages from the document.
- Select "Print Pages" from the right-click menu, and then do the settings to print.
- Copies: set the copy quantiy that you want to print.
- Orientation: choose Portrait or Landscape to print.
- Color: select to print with colors or black and white.
- Printer: choose a printer as you want.
- Page Size: select A3, A4, A5 or other paper size to print.
- Page Range: specify the page range you want to print.
- Subset-Provides options for setting non-contiguous page range. "All Pages in range"- Prints all the pages within the specified range. "All Odd pages in range"- Prints only pages with odd numbers within the specified range. "All Even pages in range"- Prints only pages with even numbers within the specified range.
- Reverse Pages- Prints pages in the reverse order. If page ranges are entered, the pages print opposite of the order in which they ere entered. For example, if you select to print the document from page 5 to page 30, selecting Reverse Pages option will print page 30 to page 5.
- Print Mode: choose to print in Size, Poster, Multiple, Booklet. "Size"- choose Fit, Actual Size and Custom Scale according to the page size of the PDFs when printing. "Poster"- means to tile the pages that are larger than the selected paper size at a specified scale. "Multiple"- it will be printed on the same sheet of paper. You can specify the settings like Pages per sheet, Page order, etc. "Booklet"- enables to print multiple pages on the same sheet of paper in correct order if the pages are folded. This requires the printer support to print on both sides.
- Auto Rotate: adjusts the PDF document's orientation to match the orientation specified in the printer properties.
- Auto Center: places the PDF pages in the center.
- Print What: specifies to pirnt documents only, comments only, form only or all of them. "Document"- Prints the document contents without comments and forms. "Comments"- Prints comments only. "Form"- Prints forms only. "Documents and Comments"- Prints document contents and comments.