Encrypting PDF files with 256bit AES protection by EEPDF PDF Security

Use PDF Encryption Software to Encrypt PDF Files & Documents

Why would I want to encrypt PDF documents (PDF encrypt)?

There are many reasons why you would want to use PDF encryption. The information in the PDF document is confidential and only a restricted number of people should be able to see it. This could include training courses, price lists, bid documents, takeover plans, healthcare records, and so on. The information is valuable – you sell it – perhaps a newsletter, or an analyst’s report, or a consulting report or a periodical or a book. You obviously don’t want to give it away!

If you don’t encrypt the PDF file then anyone can read it and the value of your information is lost.  But if you are going to encrypt PDF files you need to select a package using a reliable encryption method.

How does PDF encryption differ from PDF Security or PDF Digital Rights Management controls?

Well, PDF encryption prevents those who are not authorized from using the PDF document.  But those who are authorized to use it can decrypt it and then do whatever they wish with it – copy it, send it to friends, edit it, print it and so on.  In some instances, such as transferring financial data for computer processing, encryption on its own provides all the requirements.  But information in published documents such as the ones we listed above means you need additional controls to actively prevent a user who is authorized to see the document from doing other things that you do not want to approve.

Encrypting PDF files with EEPDF PDF Security

EEPDF PDF security takes PDF encryption to the next security level. It encrypts PDFs with AES 256 bit encryption to prevent unauthorized access and applies DRM to control what authorized users can do with your PDF documents:

  • stop sharing
  • stop copying
  • stop modify
  • stop or limit printing
  • stop screen grabbing
  • control expiry (how long your PDFs can be used for)
  • revoke access at any stage
  • apply dynamic watermarks to identify users

Our Enterprise DRM software also enables you to lock PDFs to country and IP locations, and you can log document use.

To encrypt PDF files, you can simple go to this web page, select a PDF file and select some options, you will able to protect your PDF file easily,

http://drm.verypdf.com/online/

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PDFs are locked to individual devices, content is only ever decrypted in memory, and there are no passwords to enter or manage, or for users to share or forget.

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Evaluate Command Line html to pdf | Errors out when I attempt to run the HTML to PDF Converter Command Line Tool

Hello. I’m attempting to evaluate your html to pdf converter command line tool to convert html documents into pdfs. The html docs contain scripts, css, and html4. My OS is windows7 (64 bit). Every time I attempt to run the html to pdf converter command line tool it errors out.

The html to pdf converter command line I’m currently using is as follows:

htmltools.exe -disablelinks C:\customerdata\PDFTest\testStmt.htm C:\customerdata\PDFTest\PDF\testStmt.pdf

A 0 bit file is created in the output directory and the program errors out. Any advice you can provide would be helpful.

Also of note. I’m evaluating this product as a potential tool to utilize for our archival product that is used at over 300 customer sites. We are immediately interested in the html to pdf conversion capabilities and also interested in the pdf to tiff conversion.

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HTML Converter Command Line (htmltools.exe) can be downloaded from this web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/html-converter/try-and-buy.html#cmd
http://www.verypdf.com/htmltools/htmltools.zip

We suggest you may run following command lines to convert your HTML files to PDF files, we hope these options will work better for you,

htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -html2pdf2 test.htm _test_html2pdf2.pdf

htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -webkit test.htm _test_webkit.pdf
htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -webkit http://www.verypdf.com _web_webkit.pdf
htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -webkit http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprintsdk.htm _verypdf_webkit.pdf

htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -webkit2 test.htm _test_webkit2.pdf
htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -webkit2 -width 1080 -height 1080 http://www.verypdf.com _web_webkit2.pdf
htmltools.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -webkit2 -width 1080 -height 1080 http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprintsdk.htm _verypdf_webkit2.pdf

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How to use EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line

This article is mainly about how to use EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line to convert PDF to image.

EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line is a command line application which can convert PDF to image (JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, EMF, TGA, PCX, PNM, RAS, PBM, TIF, etc.)

Step 1. Download and unzip

Please free download EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line and unzip it to a place on your computer. In the unzipped “eepdf_pdf2image_cmd” folder, you can see an executable file—pdf2img.exe which is the called program in the MS-DOS command prompt window.

Step 2. Type commands

First, please open the MS-DOS command prompt window in which you can type commands. Then, please open the readme.txt file in the unzipped folder and browse the contents in it to know the usage and options of this application. Or you can type the path of the pdf2img.exe file and press the Enter button on the keyboard to see the full usage of this application.

The basic usage of this application is as follow:

pdf2img [options] <PDF-file> <img-file>

Where,

  • pdf2img: call the program—pdf2img.exe.
  • [options]: set options for the conversion
  • <PDF-file>: specify the input PDF file.
  • <img-file>: specify the output image.

EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line provides the following options:

  • -f <int> : first page to print
  • -l <int> : last page to print
  • -r <int> : resolution for both X and Y, in DPI
  • -xres <int> : xresolution, in DPI (default is 150)
  • -yres <int> : yresolution, in DPI (default is 150)
  • -w <int> : set image width, unit is pixel
  • -h <int> : set image height, unit is pixel
  • -mono : generate a monochrome image file
  • -gray : generate a grayscale image file
  • -dither <int> : enable or disable dithering when reduce the number of bits per pixel to 1, 4 or 8 bit(s).
  • -compress <int> : set compression to TIFF format:
  • -quality <int> : set quality to JPEG format, from 0 to 100
  • -multipage : create multipage TIFF file
  • -aa <string> : enable font anti-aliasing: yes/no, default is ‘yes’
  • -aavec <string> : enable vector anti-aliasing: yes/no, default is ‘yes’
  • -aaimg <string> : enable image anti-aliasing: yes/no, default is ‘yes
  • -opw <string> : owner password (for encrypted files)
  • -upw <string> : user password (for encrypted files)
  • -trimimage : trim image file
  • -forcebwtif : force to create black and white TIFF files
  • -listfiles : list converted files to screen
  • -threshold <int> : the lightness threshold that used to convert image to B&W
  • -forcexdpi <int> : force to set X DPI to image file
  • -forceydpi <int> : force to set Y DPI to image file
  • -suffix : set first filename to img0001.jpg format
  • -checkhiddentext : extract images that do not have underlying text
  • -rotate <int> : rotate output image file at special angle

You can check the effect from the following snapshot.

Input PDF and output image

To get full version of this command line application, you can buy EEPDF PDF to Image Converter Command Line here.

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Comparison between PDF and Word & conversion from PDF to Word

This article will make a comparison between PDF and Word, and then shows you how to convert PDF to Word.

Similarities:

  • Both PDF files and Microsoft Word files can be used to display documents in a readable format.
  • Both PDF and Word files can encapsulate various types of data including text, images, audio, and graphics. PDF files display the document exactly as it will look on the printer.

Differences:

  • PDF (Portable Document Format) is file extension proprietary to Adobe. Microsoft Word is a word processor designed by Microsoft. Microsoft Word’s native file formats are denoted either by a .doc or .docx file extension.
  • PDF files can be opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader and Foxit PDF Reader. Word files can be viewed using the open-source OpenOffice.org suite, Microsoft Word, and the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • PDF files can be used for presentation purposes and keeping the content intact, while Word documents used for preparing editable document, such as newsletter, contracts, agreements, pamphlets, etc.
  • PDF is portable as it can be accessed on a platform with different configurations. It can be transferred across the platforms irrespective of the configuration of computer system of another user.
  • PDF files are popularly used when documents that are pretty large in size are being used for transmission and retrieval.

Although PDF have become quite popular for sharing documents and keep the original format so that documents aren’t changed, sometimes you may need to copy a paragraph, a page of PDF to Word so that you can edit it in a Microsoft Word document.

One way is to select text in a PDF and copy & paste them to Word little by little. But, you will find the texts are seriously munged and the styles are lost.

Another way out is to directly convert the PDF file to Word using a PDF to Word converter. Here, I would like to share EEPDF PDF to Word Converter with you. It can convert PDFs to editable Word documents, retaining formatting and images. If you need more than just the text, and want to make Word documents that look like your PDFs, you’ll need to go this route.

convert PDF to Word with EEPDF PDF to Word Converter

In the following snapshots, you can see the original PDF and converted Word document.

Input PDF file
                                                  Input PDF file

Output Word file
                                                Output Word file

Note: The trial version  can only convert the first two pages of the PDF to Word document.

To eliminate these limitations, please buy the full version of EEPDF PDF to Word Converter!

Download EEPDF PDF to Word Converter.

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How to convert PCL to JPG image and set image size with command line

Do you want to convert PCL to JPG image and set image size? If so, EEPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line will be a good assistant for you.

What is PCL?

PCL is the standard print format for HP LaserJet-compatible printers. PCL files can be created from any Windows application by simply “printing to file” with a LaserJet-compatible printer and PCL driver set as the current Windows printer, or by redirecting a UNIX LaserJet-compatible printer queue to a file.

EEPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line is a powerful command line application. It can not only convert PCL to PDF, but also can convert PCL to image formats including JPEG, BMP, PS, TIFF, etc. During conversion from PCL to image, it also supports to set image size fro the created image.

The following instruction will show you how to use this application to convert a PCL file to JPG and customize the image size.

Step 1. Download and install

Please download EEPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line. Unlike other command line application that is unzipped in a ZIP file, the download file is an EXE file. So, please install it as normal. In the installed package, you can find an executable file—pcltool.exe which is the called program in the MS-DOS command prompt window.

Step 2. Type commands

In order to type commands, you need to open the MS-DOS command prompt window first. Before typing your commands, you can type the path of pcltool.exe and hit Enter button on the keyboard to know the usage and options of this software.

According to the application usage, please refer to the following command line template to type your commands.

pcltool [options] <pcl-file> [<pdf-file>]

Where,

  • pcltool: call the program—pcltool.exe.
  • [options]: set options to control the conversion
  • <pcl-file>: specify the input PCL file.
  • [<pdf-file>]: specify the output file.

To set image size, please use the following options.

  • -width <int>: Set page width to image file.
  • -height <int>: Set page height to image file.

For example,

“D:\eePDF PCL to PDF Converter v2.0\pcltool.exe” -width 800 -height 600 “D:\bill.pcl” “D:\ bill.jpg”

The above example is to convert bill.pcl to bill.jpg image with image width and height as 800 and 600 respectively.

In fact, this software can do far more than the above. If you want to know functions of it, you can have a try of EEPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line.

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