How to package files
A package is a single PDF file that contains a set of PDF files. Packages
help you group related files, making it easier to send them by e-mail.
To package a set of files, maybe of differing file types, select them in the
PDF Create Assistant. Choose packaging as the assembly instruction.
Click Options to choose which cover page to use: a Create Assistant
Template or the first listed file.
Click the Create button
to have PDF files created or
transmitted into the package. To open a PDF package you must use a
recent PDF viewer or editor, such as Nuance PDF Converter Professional
5 or above. All files in the package are listed, you can open and save each
one separately. With Nuance PDF Converter Professional 4 and older
PDF viewers/editors, the files are indicated as attachments.
Source files can be opened from popular Cloud storage sites, and
resulting files can be uploaded. Please see the ‘Edit PDF Files’ section for
SharePoint and other DMS support
Microsoft SharePoint is supported by PDF Create inside PDF Converter
Enterprise 8, through a set of dialog boxes that can be accessed from the
Add button menu item Open from DMS. Other Document Management
Systems (Hummingbird, Worksite, Documentum, LiveLink, Worldox)
can be accessed directly through their own interfaces. See Help for
detail, and System Requirements for the full DMS listing. Created PDF
files can be stored in SharePoint or other systems by choosing Save to
DMS as target in the Destination Settings dialog box. Inside SharePoint,
Hummingbird (eDocs) Enterprise and Interwoven Worksite it is
possible to choose a non-PDF file, open its shortcut menu to call on PDF
Create to make a PDF from it and place it in the same location, with the
same file name. It is also possible to select a non-PDF file from the
computer's file system and have it converted to PDF and placed in the
DMS at the current or a defined location.