This will append a number to the PDF file if an existing PDF file is already in the
If you wanted to save the file as a different file type, like .xps or .tif, you just need to
add the appropriate file extension in this box (e.g., substitute
in the above examp
le). To save a file as PDF/A, add a .pdfa extension
to the file. The file created will have a .pdf extension, but it will be in the PDF/A
Make sure to check the "Always use these settings" before clicking apply. You will have
to run the Win2PDF Admin Utility again and remove the file name when you want to
create PDF files interactively.
Run the following program after PDF creation (optional): this setting allows you
automatically launch a program after the PDF file has been created. For example, if you
wanted to add the PDF file to a document management program, you'd just need to
specify the command line to this program in this area.
[Append/Prepend/Overlay] the following PDF file after creation (optional): the
settings allows you to automatically add an existing PDF file to the beginning of your
PDF file (Prepend), or to the end of your PDF file (Append), or merged together on the
same page (Overlay).
Apply [Background/Foreground] watermark PDF file after creation (Win2PDF
Pro, optional): this setting allows you to automatically apply a watermark PDF file.
When set to [Background], the PDF file will be placed "under" the new printed PDF file
results (useful for setting a company letterhead, for example). When set to
[Foreground], the PDF file will be placed "on top" of the new printed PDF file results
(useful for applying a watermark that says "Confidential", for example).
The Exclude watermark from settings allows you to see pages at the beginning or
end of the new document where the new watermark will not be applied. For example if
you had a cover page (which should not have a watermark) followed by a 20 page
report (which should have the watermark), you can set the value to be Exclude
watermark from: 1 pages from the document start.
Apply to all users - when this option is checked, the settings apply to all users on the
PC or server. If it is unchecked, the settings only apply to the current user.
Always use these settings - when this option is checked, the settings will be used
until the Win2PDF Admin Utility is run and the settings are cleared. If this option is
unchecked, the settings only apply to the next document created.
Test - Button allows you to test create a PDF file with the file name and settings you've