Neevia docuPrinter Pro user’s manual
version 6.7, last modified on 10/10/2015
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Create PDF files
When you print to Neevia docuPrinter from an application, docuPrinter prompts you for a destination
folder for the output file (screenshot
). In that window select PDF as output format then press the
"Configure Output" button to edit the output settings – the following screen will be displayed:
For your convenience there are several sets of predefined settings for creating PDF files. These settings are designed to
balance file size with quality, depending on how the PDF file is to be used:
- is intended to be useful across a wide variety of uses, possibly at the expense of a larger output file. All color and
grayscale images are downsampled at 72 dpi, monochrome images at 300 dpi; subsets of all fonts used in the file are
embedded; and all information is compressed. PDF files created using this setting are compatible with Acrobat 4.0 (and later).
- is for PDF files that will be displayed on the Web or an intranet, or that will be distributed through an e-mail system
for on-screen viewing. This set of options uses compression, downsampling, and a relatively low resolution; converts all colors
to RGB; maintains compatibility with Acrobat 3.0; to create a PDF file that is as small as possible.
- is for PDF files that are intended for desktop printers, digital copiers, publishing on a CD-ROM, or to send to a client
as a publishing proof. In this set of options, file size is still important, but it is not the only objective. This set of options uses
compression and downsampling to keep the file size down, tags everything for color management, and prints to a medium
resolution to create a reasonably accurate rendition of the original document.
- is for PDF files that will be printed as high-quality final output to an imagesetter or platesetter, for example. In
this case, file size is not a consideration. The objective is to maintain all the information in a PDF file that a commercial printer
or service bureau will need to print the document correctly. This set of options downsamples color and grayscale images at 300
dpi, monochrome images at 1200 dpi, embeds subsets of all fonts used in the file, prints to a higher resolution, and uses other
settings to preserve the maximum amount of information about the original document.