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by Andy Bantly
Thu Aug 23 2007
Forum: Your opinion counts
Topic: PDF Converter:Version 3 of the compared to previous versions
Replies: 2
Views: 9228

Version 3 has not helped us at StatSoft, Inc. It has perpetuated the existing bugs left around in version 2.5 that are, in my opinion, mission critical features. The first is the inability of the driver, after version 2.10, to render texturized fill regions. The second is the inability or lack of st...
by Andy Bantly
Thu Aug 23 2007
Forum: Your opinion counts
Topic: What for do you use the PDF Creator End User version?
Replies: 2
Views: 9166

Here at StatSoft, Inc. (http://www.statsoft.com) we use the developers version of the software. For my personal use in creating PDF files, I use GhostScript 8.51 (windows) + RedMon. This is a free offering (not for commercial use) that allows you to create a PDF printer and use it just like AMYUni's.
by Andy Bantly
Thu Jul 05 2007
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: 64 bit driver is failing in StartDoc
Replies: 2
Views: 9783

64 bit driver problem

Joan, In my original post I said it was a 32 program running on a 64 bit system. I should have added that on the 64 bit system I was using the 64 bit drivers. I assumed it was using the 64 bit drivers because I am relying on the AMYUni install software to automatically register the proper DLL for us...
by Andy Bantly
Mon Jul 02 2007
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: 64 bit driver is failing in StartDoc
Replies: 2
Views: 9783

64 bit driver is failing in StartDoc

Has anyone else used the PDF programmatically from a 64 bit system? I have been developing support code for the PDF printer driver for a number of years and so I consider myself an expert in the API. Recently I wrote a sample program for the 32 bit system and submitted it to AMYUni to demonstrate a ...
by Andy Bantly
Tue Oct 10 2006
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: GDI+ Question
Replies: 4
Views: 9916

PDF output is different than CView

I have found that using a 3rd party tool, such as Ghostscript, will resolve programmatic issues over bug issues. I suggest installing a ghostscript virtual PDF printer and printing your output to this printer. If the output is valid then that means you are not configuring your AMYUni PDF printer pro...
by Andy Bantly
Wed Aug 10 2005
Forum: Wish List
Topic: PDF Converter - PDF from many print jobs to 1 PDF file
Replies: 1
Views: 7496

PDF Converter - PDF from many print jobs to 1 PDF file

I would like to see the PDF converter be able to handle combining the output from many print jobs into 1 PDF file. This functionality is partially doable using concatenation. However concatenation is not a good solution for recombining 100 documents. Imagine that this is similar to a cancerous bubbl...
by Andy Bantly
Fri Aug 05 2005
Forum: C/C++/C# Community
Topic: VC++ app - StartDoc fails when used with DoPrintDialog()
Replies: 8
Views: 12100

You don't have to pay those royalties

Most Microsoft Products are OLE enabled products. If you are familiar with the COM interface IPrint, then you can print your Microsoft office documents using your own created printer DC. When you use your PDF printer device for this then you can cause the other programs to create PDF output for you.