I sent you the PDF some time ago, because in addition to the printing issue I mention in this post, it also does not display correctly on the screen. I have still not heard back from support in regard to that issue. I will send another email to support referencing this post.
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Thanks for the reply. Can we move this to the suggestions area then? Users of my program sometimes end up opening 100+ page documents, and pdfCreator is pretty slow to open them, which is why I was excited when I read that other post regarding a method to open them page by page in the background.
- Tue Aug 23 2005
- Forum: Amyuni PDF Creator .NET (PDF Viewer / Editor)
- Topic: HTML Export
- Replies: 1
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Hi. I have been very pleased with PDFCreator.NET. I did not expect to take advantage of the Export capability, because we already had another tool that provided that, but it turns out your exports are a little nicer. However, I have one problem with the HTML export that is handled much better by my ...
Reading through the forums, though I cannot find it again, I saw someone mention a Document.OpenEx method as recommended for larger documents, as it would load the document page by page for faster opening performance. I am using PDFCreator .NET (acPDFCreatorLib.Net.dll version 18.104.22.168), and the Docu...
- Fri Aug 19 2005
- Forum: C/C++/C# Community
- Topic: Printing Issues with C# and PDF Creator 2.00d
- Replies: 2
- Views: 7082
Hello Everyone. I recently started using PDF Creator to view and print documents in a large .NET application that is getting ready for release, and have been pretty happy with the performance overall. However, I was wondering if anyone else has had a problem with garbled printing to certain printers...