Programmatically handle the printer monitor event. To test this C# PDF program, you need to run a program that does easyPDF printing first. This PrinterMonitorTest program will display the printer status in its window.
Programmatically convert to PDF using application's "File"->"Print" menu (i.e., Open a document with Word, and then start printing from within Word). This feature will be useful for creating a client-side application in Visual Basic.
Programmatically perform a batch PDF conversion in Visual C++. When the process starts, it grabs all the files in the specified
input folder, and converts them into PDF one by one. Converted PDF
will be stored in specified output path.
Programmatically convert to PDF using application's "File"->"Print" menu (i.e., Open a document with Word, and
then start printing from within Word). This feature will be useful for
creating a client-side application with Visual C++.
An advanced version of the "Printer-Client" Visual C++ sample. This program stays in task tray and monitors easyPDF SDK printing activities. A status dialog appears once you start printing, and disappears when the printing ends.
Use OpenMem / GetPageCount / AppendBookmark / CloseMem to programmatically perform a series of operations to a PDF document residing in the memory in Visual C++ 2005. The output is also created in the memory.
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