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Topic is Open Have converted Microsoft Publisher 8-1/2 x 14 to Print2PDF, but when I send e-mail with the converted file (PDF) as an attachment, and then try to print out the attachment, it gets truncated to 8-1/2 x 11.  Any way to get the entire document to print out?
Need help and suugestions  ....thanks. 
Ken Pollock 8-1/2 x 14 paper
by Ken Pollock
2 Tue Jul 29 2003
2:42:13 PM (EST)
Topic is Open I have just downloaded the trial version. We are very impressed with the conversion to HTML option as this enables us to send both pdf and a universal format to our clients. We no longer need worry whether clients have a pdf reader. The only problem is that the HTML version has a header which reads, This HTML e-mail was created by 602Pro PRINT PACK - Is this due to the fact we are using the trial version who will the purchased version also do this? It is really not suitable to email clients with such a header.
HTML header in trial version
by Dion Bowden
1 Mon Jul 14 2003
6:40:56 AM (EST)
Topic is Open We have the 25-user Print Pack license.  Creating PDF files using the Print2PDF utility often results in larger files that are not as clear as those created by Adobe Acrobat or with WordPerfect 10.  I was wondering if there are any way to change the settings in Print2PDF to make the resulting files smaller and more clearer.

Don't get me wrong .. we only have one license of Adobe Acrobat as it costs $200+ per license.  We paid under $200 for 25 licenses of the Print Pack, so we still like the value we're getting. Any way to make PDF files smaller?
by Frank Wagoner
2 Thu May 29 2003
11:04:18 AM (EST)
Topic is Open I recently started to try pdf'ing docs with color but the resulting pdf file has only black, white, and the same shade of light blue for all the colored fields, regardless of their original color. Everywhere in Properties that I look I see Print2PDF is set for color. Any ideas would be gratefully accepted.

Doug Missing Color
by Douglas Carneal
5 Fri Sep 12 2003
6:54:43 PM (EST)
Topic is Open Is it possible to sesrch through the PDF built by PrintPack ? Search on PDF
by David Keynan
1 Mon May 19 2003
7:09:45 AM (EST)
Topic is Open Is it possible to make the pdf files protected through the Print Pack? Protection
by Jonas Nilsson
1 Fri May 16 2003
9:39:24 PM (EST)
Topic is Open We have recently purchased and installed the 602Pro Print Pack 2002 Multi user version and are having problems trying to print invoices from our Intuit Quickbooks Software. The PDF comes out with thick black boxes and none of the invoice is readable. The software is installed on a Windows NT 4.0 Workstation. The Quickbooks Pro software is version 8.1, I have also tested printing with different modes such as 200dpi and 300dpi and also tried in colour without any success.

Peter Converting Quickbooks files
by Peter Immerschmitt
2 Mon May 5 2003
7:55:49 PM (EST)
Topic is Open I have recently bought and installed 602Pro Pring Pack. It works fine converting word documents, but will not convert Excel documents when following directions starting on page 12 or the on line manual. I am using XP home windows on a pentium 4. with 256 RAM.  Any suggestions? Converting MS Excel files
by Lonnie Turberville
2 Mon Mar 31 2003
11:35:34 AM (EST)
Topic is Open I receive the following message when sending a email from outlook.

550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for

Outlook connects to the server ok Problem sending Email
by Lyle Klovstad
1 Mon Mar 31 2003
12:14:49 AM (EST)
Topic is Open What setting do you use to print2mail so it will all be visible in the email message using outlook express What setting for paper size
by Pamela Kofton
2 Sat Jul 19 2003
4:53:05 PM (EST)
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