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Why convert documents .................................................................................................................................................................. 2 What is new in Universal Document Converter 5.0 ............................................................................................................ 3 About ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4

Installing Universal Document Converter

......................................................................................................................... 5 Minimum System Requirements .................................................................................................................................................. 6 Installing Universal Document Converter Software ............................................................................................................. 7 LAN Deployment .............................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Configuring Terminal Access ...................................................................................................................................................... 13 Configuring Terminal Services on Windows 2000/2003 Server ..................................................................................... 14 Configuring Terminal Services on Windows XP ................................................................................................................. 16 Configuring Terminal Services on Windows Vista ............................................................................................................. 18 Installing Universal Document Converter for the First Time or Upgrading a Previous Install ....................... 20 Uninstalling Universal Document Converter ....................................................................................................................... 21 Automating Universal Document Converter Installation and Removal ................................................................... 22 Getting Started .................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Definitions ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Supported Formats ......................................................................................................................................................................... 26 Quick Start .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 28 Quick Solutions ................................................................................................................................................................................ 30 Microsoft Word to PDF ............................................................................................................................................................. 31 Microsoft Excel to PDF ............................................................................................................................................................. 34 Microsoft PowerPoint to PDF .................................................................................................................................................. 37 Adobe PDF to JPEG ................................................................................................................................................................. 40 Autodesk AutoCAD to PDF ...................................................................................................................................................... 43 DjVu file to PDF .......................................................................................................................................................................... 46 Interface .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49 Preview ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 50 Page Setup Tab ................................................................................................................................................................................ 51 Paper Form Manager ................................................................................................................................................................ 52

53 BMP ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 54 DCX ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 55 GIF ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 56 JPEG ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 57 PCX ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 58 PNG ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 59 TIFF ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 PDF ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 62 Adjustments Tab ............................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Watermark Tab ................................................................................................................................................................................. 65 Text Watermark .......................................................................................................................................................................... 66 Watermark from Image File .................................................................................................................................................... 68 Output Location Tab ....................................................................................................................................................................... 69 Post-Processing Tab ....................................................................................................................................................................... 71 Using Profiles .................................................................................................................................................................................... 72 Advanced Settings .......................................................................................................................................................................... 73 Technical Support ............................................................................................................................................................................. 74 Registering Universal Document Converter ................................................................................................................ 75 Why register Universal Document Converter ..................................................................................................................... 76
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77 78 79 Automatic Activation ................................................................................................................................................................. 80 Manual Activation ....................................................................................................................................................................... 81 About fCoder Group, Inc. ............................................................................................................................................................ 83 Contacting fCoder Group, Inc. ................................................................................................................................................... 84 License Agreement ......................................................................................................................................................................... 85
Registering Universal Document Converter ........................................................................................................................ Discounts for Educational and Non-Profit Institutions and Government Agencies ............................................. Activating Universal Document Converter ...........................................................................................................................

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Universal Document Converter

Universal Document Converter
The Universal Document Converter is a virtual printer designed to convert documents of any type to PDF or images. The software provides the capability to export Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, Adobe PDF files, or Autodesk AutoCAD drawings to PDF, TIFF, JPEG, and PNG, or simply print them to a regular printer!

Applications
Document Management and Storage
Companies today use all kinds of document formats. Many of the formats require special software to view. Therefore, document interchange involves certain technical difficulties. However, by exchanging documents in Adobe PDF format you and your clients will be protected. Our software converts any document at all to Adobe PDF in a simple and efficient manner.

Presentations
The Universal Document Converter will help you quickly convert Autodesk AutoCAD drawings, Microsoft Visio diagrams, and other documents to JPEG and PNG for easy insertion into PowerPoint presentations, slide shows, etc.

Publication to the Internet
The Internet today is a unique medium that connects companies to clients and partners. Our software easily and efficiently converts any documents (drawings, diagrams, product catalogs, etc.) to PDF for direct upload to websites. This format assures that information is presented in a reliable and tamper-proof manner.

Preparation for Printing
Convert documents to high-resolution TIFF to guarantee printing quality.

Corporate Business Process Management
Most advanced business process management systems use a single format to store all electronic documents. The Universal Document Converter is a convenient solution for converting documents of any type to a format like that.

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Why convert documents

Why convert documents
There are several primary reasons why it is worthwhile to convert documents to graphics or PDF.

Compatibility and Protection from Distortion
Documents saved in an all-purpose format can be opened on any computer running any operating system. They will also look the same on any PC and will not be distorted in any way. This is especially important in document management systems, when exchanging electronic documents between different companies, etc.

Longevity
Using an all-purpose graphics format or PDF eliminates the dependence on software type and version when viewing the files. Because software is updated continuously, and backward compatibility requirements are not always honored which, in turn, results in the users' needing to resort to legacy software.

Diversity of Tasks
Document conversion makes addressing many heterogeneous tasks significantly simpler, such as, online publication, printing press preparation, etc.

Uniformity
The use of graphic formats or PDF achieves uniform rendering of documents of different types in document acquisition and processing systems.

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What is new in Universal Document Converter 5.0

What is new in Universal Document Converter 5.0
Changes in the latest version of the Universal Document Converter software: The interface has been completely upgraded. The latest version makes learning and using the program much simpler. Functionality has been added to place a letterhead under a document. Capability has been added to produce high-quality scaled-down copies of documents, such as images or drawings, for use as illustrations or for online publication. The format of all PDF documents created by the software has been changed. All documents are now PDF/Acompliant. Compatibility with the 64-bit Windows family has been implemented. The issue of network printing for Windows Vista and Windows 2008 Server has been resolved. Network printing is now possible even if the print server is in a logged out state. The developer API has been upgraded in its entirety. Software interface localizations have been added for Italian, French, and Spanish. Maximum print resolution has been increased to 6000 DPI.

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About

About
This help system contains detailed information on the Universal Document Converter. We will be happy to take note of any ideas or comments you might have regarding the help system itself or the Universal Document Converter software. To contact us, follow this link http://www.print-driver.com/support/ and complete the form there.

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Installing Universal Document Converter

Installing Universal Document Converter
This chapter provides a detailed description of Universal Document Converter installation, upgrade, and removal. It contains the following sections. Minimum System Requirements Software Installation LAN Deployment Configuring Terminal Access Installing Universal Document Converter for the First Time or Upgrading a Previous Install Uninstalling Universal Document Converter Installing/Uninstalling Universal Document Converter in the Background

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Minimum System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements
The following minimum system configuration is required to run the software. CPU: Intel Pentium 3 RAM: 128 MB HDD Space: 100 MB Operating Systems supported by the Universal Document Converter: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista. The Universal Document Converter is able to convert out of 32 and 64-bit applications only. Compatibility with obsolete 16bit software is not supported.

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Installing Universal Document Converter Software

Installing Universal Document Converter Software
Download the latest version of the Universal Document Converter from the official web site and run it. Then, perform the following steps.

Step 1. A dialog with a drop-down list will be displayed prompting for the language to be used during the install (Russian, English, German). Select the desired option and click OK .

Step 2. This will display a window with the prompt: This program will install the full/demo version of the Universal Document Converter 5.1 on your computer. Proceed? Click Yes to start the installation process.

Step 3. If you are installing the full version of the Universal Document Converter, a window with a single field will be displayed. Use it to enter the registration key provided at purchase and click OK .

Step 4. Read the summary of the initiated installation process and click Next to continue or Cancel to exit the installation.

Step 5. Read the License Agreement and accept it (check " I accept the terms of the agreement "). Click Next to proceed
to the next step.

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Step 6. Select the installation folder or keep the default. If a directory with that name already exists, the program will warn
you and ask whether the installation should be continued or whether a different folder should be selected. The best option is to accept all the default settings unchanged. Click Next to proceed to the next step and wait for files to be copied.

Step 7. Check or uncheck Set as Default Printer and Play Video Presentation . Then, click Finish to complete the
installation process.

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See also:
Installing Universal Document Converter in the Background Things to Note About Installing Universal Document Converter

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LAN Deployment

LAN Deployment
Using the Universal Document Converter as a network printer makes the software much more efficient. The program will be available to all users on the local-area network (based on assigned access privileges). The actual conversion will be performed on the server. Output files will also be saved on the server unless a different folder is specified in the conversion settings. For LAN deployment, the Universal Document Converter must be installed on a server, and workstations must be configured.

Installing Software on Server
Install the Universal Document Converter on the server. Once the installation is complete, open the standard Printers and Faxes dialog (Start->Printers and Faxes or My Computer->Control Panel->Printers and Faxes), right-click the Universal Document Converter printer, and select Sharing in the pop-up menu. Use the resulting dialog to enable the Share this printer option or change its standard network name, if required, and click OK .

Select the Security tab to configure access to the Universal Document Converter and select users and their access privileges for the printer.

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Configuring Workstations
If a workstation is running a local copy of the Universal Document Converter whose version is different from the one on the server, this local copy must be removed. Open Windows Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs , find the Universal Document Converter in the list, and click Remove. Restart the computer once the software is removed. If a workstation is running a network copy of the Universal Document Converter whose version is different from the one on the server, this network copy must be removed. Open Printers and Faxes, select the Universal Document Converter, and press the DEL key. Reboot the computer. Install the Universal Document Converter network printer. Open the Printers and Faxes dialog, click the Add Printer link, and select the printer with the desired name (UDC, by default).

System Requirements
The Universal Document Converter network printer functionality is only supported on computers running Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003.

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LAN Deployment

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Configuring Terminal Access

Configuring Terminal Access
Access through terminal services enables users on the local network to use the Universal Document Converter on a remote server as if the software were installed on the local machine. A computer running Windows 2000/2003 Server or Windows XP may act as a terminal server. Configuring Terminal Services on Windows 2000/2003 Server Configuring Terminal Services on Windows XP Configuring Terminal Services on Windows Vista

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Configuring Terminal Services on Windows 2000/2003 Server

Configuring Terminal Services on Windows 2000/2003 Server
Terminal Server Configuration
To configure the terminal server: Log in to the server as an administrator. Open Control Panel and select Add or Remove Programs . Click Add/Remove Windows Components on the left-hand side of the window. Click Components, check Terminal Server, and click Next to complete installation.

Open Control Panel, select Administrative Tools, and open Terminal Services Configuration. Place cursor over the Connections group, right-click the RDP-TCP connector, and select Properties.

Select the Permissions tab, click Add, select users or groups, and grant them the access privileges they require.

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Configuring Terminal Services on Windows 2000/2003 Server

Client Configuration
Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000/2003: Download the latest version of "Remote Desktop Connection" from the Microsoft Website and install to the client computer. Windows XP: "Remote Desktop Connection" is built into Windows XP Professional and can be found under "Start>Programs->Accessories->Communications". If required, this program may be added from the Windows XP installation disk.

Initiating a Session
To initiate terminal access, start the client software on the host. In the resulting dialog, enter the IP address or the name of the server with the terminal services installed and click Connect. Use the standard Windows authorization dialog to enter your user name, password, and domain (if required) and click OK .

This will display the desktop which can be used to access the remote server's programs, files, and settings.

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Configuring Terminal Services on Windows XP

Configuring Terminal Services on Windows XP
Configuring Remote Computer
Log in to the host as an administrator. Open Control Panel and select System. Select the Remote Sessions tab, check Allow users to connect remotely to this computer , and click Select Remote Users.

Click Add and select users that will be authorized to connect to this computer remotely.

Client Configuration
If the clients are running Windows 95/98, Me, NT, 2000/2003, their configuration includes the following steps. Download the latest version of the Remote Desktop Connection Client from the official website: Remote Desktop Connection Software Download site. Then install the client on all computers on the network which will be used for terminal access. If the clients are running Windows XP, client software is most likely already installed. To run this software, select Start->All Programs->Accessories->Communications->Remote Desktop Connection. Otherwise, the client utility may be installed

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Configuring Terminal Services on Windows XP

using a disk containing Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home Edition.

Initiating a Session
To initiate terminal access, start the client software on the host. In the resulting dialog, enter the IP address or the name of the server with the terminal services installed and click Connect. Use the standard Windows authorization dialog to enter your user name, password, and domain (if required) and click OK .

This will display the desktop which can be used to access the remote server's programs, files, and settings.

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Configuring Terminal Services on Windows Vista

Configuring Terminal Services on Windows Vista
Configuring Remote Computer
Log in to the host as an administrator. Click Start and right-click on Computer. Select Properties from the pop-up menu. Click Remote Settings on the Tasks panel.

Make sure that the option "Don't allow connections to this computer" is not selected.

Click Select Users and select users that will be authorized to connect to this computer remotely.

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Configuring Terminal Services on Windows Vista

Client Configuration
If the clients are running Windows 95/98, Me, NT, 2000/2003, their configuration includes the following steps. Download the latest version of the Remote Desktop Connection Client from the official website: Remote Desktop Connection Software Download site. Then install the client on all computers on the network which will be used for terminal access. If the clients are running Windows XP or Windows Vista, the client utility is most likely already installed. To run this software, select Start->All Programs->Accessories->Communications->Remote Desktop Connection. Otherwise, the client utility may be installed using a Windows XP or a Windows Vista installation disk.

Initiating a Session
To initiate terminal access, start the client software on the host. In the resulting dialog, enter the IP address or the name of the server with the terminal services installed and click Connect. Use the standard Windows authorization dialog to enter your user name, password, and domain (if required) and click OK .

This will display the desktop which can be used to access the remote server's programs, files, and settings.

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Installing Universal Document Converter for the First Time or Upgrading a Previous Install
The Software Installation section describes the Universal Document Converter installation process for a computer without a previous version of the software. In the event that a PC already has a previous version, the installation process will change slightly. Once the installation is started, a dialog will be displayed asking the question "This program will install the full/demo

version of the Universal Document Converter 5.0 on your computer. Previous version of Universal Document Converter will be replaced. Do you wish to continue? Press Yes to continue, No to cancel. If "Yes" is selected, the
installation program will remove the old version of the Universal Document Converter, restart the computer, and start the installation proper.

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Installing Universal Document Converter Software ??Installing Universal Document Converter for the First Time or Upgrading a Previous Install

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Uninstalling Universal Document Converter

Uninstalling Universal Document Converter
To remove the Universal Document Convert, open Windows Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs , find the Universal Document Converter in the list, and click Remove. Restart the computer once the software is removed.

See also:
Uninstalling Universal Document Converter in the Background

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Automating Universal Document Converter Installation and Removal

Automating Universal Document Converter Installation and Removal
Automating Universal Document Converter installation helps deploy this product quickly on all PCs in an organization. The process is automated by starting the installation file from the command line using the parameters described below.

Automating the Installation Process
Command syntax for a demo install. "C:\udc_52_demo.exe" [parameters] Example: "C:\udc_52_demo.exe" /SILENT /LANG=en /PROFILE="c:\default.xml" /SETDEFAULT=yes Command syntax for a registered version install. "C:\udc_52_reg.exe" [parameters] Example: "C:\udc_52_reg.exe" /SILENT /LANG=en /SN=AAAAA-BBBBB-CCCCC-DDDDD-EEEEEE /PROFILE="c:\default.xml" /SETDEFAULT=no /AA=yes [parameters] is a string listing the parameters for a background installation. All parameters are optional. In the event that a command line parameter is not present, its default value is going to be utilized during a program installation or deinstallation. /LANG: program interface language. /LANG=en: English; /LANG=ru: Russian; /LANG=de: German; If this value is not set, your Windows regional language setting is selected by default. In the event that a localized interface is not available in your language, an English-language version of the software will be installed. /PROFILE: program default settings. The settings are contained in an XML file. The vale is equal to the quoted full path to the file, such as: /PROFILE="c:\default.xml" . /SILENT: install automatically prompting the user to reboot the system. Is not assigned values. /VERYSILENT: install automatically not prompting the user to reboot the system (the computer is rebooted automatically if required). Is not assigned values. /SETDEFAULT: set the Universal Document Converter to be the default printer. /SETDEFAULT=yes (default): install the Universal Document Converter as the default printer; /SETDEFAULT=no: do not set the Universal Document Converter to be the default printer. /AA: automatically activate the software over the Internet right after the installation process is complete. /AA=yes: enable automatic Internet activation; /AA=no (default): disable automatic activation. /DIR: program destination folder. Default: "C:\Program Files\Universal Document Converter". Example: /DIR="C:\Program Files\Universal Document Converter" /ODIR: default destination folder for output files. Default value: "My Documents\UDC Output Files ". Example: /ODIR="C:\UDC Out" /ODIR_SK: create a desktop shortcut for the output folder. /ODIR_SK=yes (default): create shortcut automatically during installation; /ODIR_SK=no: do not create shortcut during installation. /LOG: create a log of the installation process. The value is a filename, such as: /LOG="C:\install_udc5.txt". /CM_SMENU_SK: create the shortcuts Help, Introduction, and UDC Output under Start->Programs->Universal Document Converter. /CM_SMENU_SK=yes (default): create shortcuts; /CM_SMENU_SK=no: do not create shortcuts. /SDK_SMENU_SK: create SDK shortcuts under Start->Programs->Universal Document Converter. /SDK_SMENU_SK=yes (default): create shortcuts; /SDK_SMENU_SK=no: do not create shortcuts. /SN: parameter holding the serial number for a full version install. Example: /SN=AAAAA-BBBBB-CCCCC-DDDDD-EEEEEE /OFFICE_TOOLBAR: add the Universal Document Converter toolbar into Microsoft Office. /OFFICE_TOOLBAR=yes (default): add the toolbar;

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Automating Universal Document Converter Installation and Removal

/OFFICE_TOOLBAR=no: do not add the toolbar. /RAI: run an application or a batch file after installing. Example: /RAI="C:\my distrib\my app install.exe"

Automating the De-Installation Process
Command Syntax. "C:\Program Files\Universal Document Converter\unins000.exe" [parameters] Example: "C:\Program Files\Universal Document Converter\unins000.exe" /SILENT [parameters] is a string listing the parameters for a background installation. All parameters are optional. In the event that a command line parameter is not present, its default value is going to be utilized during a program installation or deinstallation. /SILENT: uninstall program automatically. Is not assigned values.

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Installing Universal Document Converter Uninstalling Universal Document Converter

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Getting Started

Getting Started
This Chapter will help you get off to a quick start with the Universal Document Converter. It contains the following sections. Definitions Supported Formats Quick Start Quick Solutions

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Definitions

Definitions
File Format. A file format is essentially the data presentation method. Thus, the same image, for instance, may be used
for different purposes and may, therefore, be represented as different file types: GIF and JPG files are used to liven up web pages, TIFF is used for printing, etc. The same is true for documents.

Conversion. Conversion is the process of translating a file in one format into a file in a different format. Virtual Printer. A special driver that is seen and used by the operating system as a printer driver. It enables users to utilize
standard printing functions for different purposes, such as file conversion.

Profile. A group of settings for a certain task saved as an XML file.

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Supported Formats

Supported Formats
Source File Formats
Any document may be used as source for the Universal Document Converter: Microsoft Word documents, Adobe PDF files, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Autodesk AutoCAD drawings, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, web pages, etc. The only constraint is that your computer must have software installed to open and print the document in question.

Output File Formats
The Universal Document Converter is able to convert documents to files of the following types: BMP, DCX, GIF, JPEG, PDF, PNG, TIFF, PDF.

BMP (Bitmap): a raster graphic format. It is supported by many applications under DOS, Windows, and OS/2 but is not
supported by MacOS. BMP lends itself to lossless sequential compression using the RLE algorithm. Color bit depth may vary between 1 and 48 bits per pixel. Large file size is BMP's primary drawback.

DCX: a PCX-based bitmap graphic format. This is essentially multi-page PCX. Uses a fast but inefficient compression
algorithm unsuitable for images with a lot of detail, such as photographs.

GIF (Graphic Interchange Format): a bitmap graphic format developed specifically for the transmission of images over
networks. GIF images are stored as lines, and only the format with an indexed color palette is supported. The standard was developed to support a 256-color palette. The GIF format uses the lossless LZW compression algorithm. Therefore, good compression is achieved for images with lines containing recurring sequences, such as, images with many horizontally aligned pixels of the same color.

JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group): a bitmap graphics format designed specifically for compact storage and online
publication of photo quality color images. At this time, it is the most widely used format in the world. JPEG comprises a lossy image compression algorithm. The degree of compression may be set by the user producing files of different sizes and images of different quality.

PDF (Portable Document Format): a platform-independent electronic document format developed by Adobe Systems
using a number of capabilities offered by PostScript. Its primary purpose is to present printed matter in an electronic format because much of the advanced professional printing equipment is able to process PDF files directly.

PNG (Portable Network Graphics): a bitmap graphic format that uses lossless compression. PNG was designed both as
an improvement and a replacement for GIF and as a graphic format that may be used without a license.

TIFF (Tagged Image File Format): a bitmap graphic format. It was developed by Aldus in conjunction with Microsoft. It has
become popular as a storage format for images with great color bit depth. TIFF is very flexible and can store photographs using different palettes as well as different color spaces. This format implements support for a number of compression algorithms. In addition, it is possible to save TIFF files with no compression.

Recommendations on Using Different Formats
All graphic formats have unique features, drawbacks, and advantages. Therefore, each is best suited for a particular class of problem.

Photos. Traditionally, JPEG has been used to create, store, and process photographic images. However, it should be
kept in mind that this format uses lossy compression. And the higher the compression, the more obvious the various image artifacts.

Electronic Documents. The most common electronic format for documents is PDF. Thanks to its unique features, it has
become the international standard in this area.

Internet Graphics. The two most used online formats are JPEG and GIF. One or the other is normally selected based on
the size of the resulting file. JPEG is better for images with a lot of detail and a large number of hues. While GIF is best for images with a relatively small number of colors (especially, as part of web site design layouts). The PNG format may also be used, which, although less common, is supported by all advanced internet browsers. In addition, PDF files may be used for the online publication of price lists, documents, various product catalogues, etc.

Printed Graphics. The TIFF graphic file format is the printing industry's de facto standard. Uncompressed files are used
in certain cases. However, the LZW lossless compression algorithm is most commonly used.

Presentation Graphics. JPEG and PNG are normally used to insert graphic images into presentations. The former is

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used for photos and other images with a high degree of detail. while the latter is used for graphs, diagrams, etc.

Animation. The GIF format is used to create graphic animation files. Special Capabilities. Sometimes, users have a need to address a special problem. A suitable format is then selected
based on the situation. Thus, much of the legacy or special-purpose software does not support anything other than BMP graphics files. Therefore, if such software is used, files must be converted into this format.

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Quick Start

Quick Start
It is very easy to convert documents using the Universal Document Converter.

Step 1. Start Application and Open File
Open the desired document using any software that supports this file format and has print functionality. Open the print configuration dialog, select Universal Document Converter from the list of available printers, and click Properties.

Step 2. Configure Output Format
Click the "Load Settings" button. A Windows Explorer window will open automatically. Use it to select a profile appropriate to your task. For example, to convert a Microsoft Word document to PDF, use "Text document to PDF.xml". If a suitable profile is not shown, select the File Format tab and use the drop-down list to select the desired format. Modify output file default settings as required.

Step 3. Specify Output Folder
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Select the Output Location tab. Use the Location Path field to enter the name of the folder where output files will be created, and the File Name field to create a name template for such output files. This tab may also be used to have the software prompt for file names before files are created.

Step 4. Start Converting
Click OK to save settings and open the "Print" dialog. Click Print and wait for the conversion process to complete. Once the conversion is complete, the resulting files will open in the program that the operating system associates with the specific file type by default.

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Quick Solutions

Quick Solutions
We have developed detailed instructions describing the most common operations to help you familiarize yourself with the Universal Document Converter. The most popular of these are presented in this help system. The others can be found on the Company's official website. Microsoft Word to PDF Microsoft Excel to PDF Microsoft PowerPoint to PDF Adobe PDF to JPEG Autodesk AutoCAD to PDF DjVu File to PDF

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Microsoft Word to PDF

Microsoft Word to PDF
1. Download and install the Universal Document Converter software to your computer. 2. Start Microsoft Word, open the desired document, and select the Print... option from the File menu.

3. Select Universal Document Converter from the printer list and click Properties.

4. On the settings panel, click "Load Properties".

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Microsoft Word to PDF

5. Use the "Open" dialog to select "Text document to PDF.xml" and click "Open".

6. Click "OK " in the program window, then click "Print" and wait for the conversion process to complete.

7. The resulting document will automatically open in Adobe Reader or any other Windows program associated by default with the PDF document format.

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Microsoft Excel to PDF

Microsoft Excel to PDF
1. Download and install the Universal Document Converter software to your computer. 2. Start Microsoft Excel, open the desired document, and select the Print... option from the File menu.

3. Select Universal Document Converter from the printer list and click Properties.

4. On the settings panel, click "Load Properties".

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Microsoft Excel to PDF

5. Use the "Open" dialog to select "Worksheet to PDF.xml" and click "Open".

6. Click "OK " in the program window, then click "Print" and wait for the conversion process to complete.

7. The resulting document will automatically open in Adobe Acrobat or any other Windows program associated by default with the PDF document format.

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Microsoft PowerPoint to PDF

Microsoft PowerPoint to PDF
1. Download and install the Universal Document Converter software to your computer. 2. Start Microsoft PowerPoint, open the desired presentation, and select the Print... option from the File menu.

3. Select Universal Document Converter from the printer list and click Properties.

4. On the settings panel, click "Load Properties".

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5. Use the "Open" dialog to select "Presentation to PDF.xml" and click "Open".

6. Click "OK " in the program window, then click "Print" and wait for the conversion process to complete.

7. The resulting document will automatically open in Adobe Acrobat or any other Windows program associated by default with the PDF document format.

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Adobe PDF to JPEG

Adobe PDF to JPEG
1. Download and install the Universal Document Converter software to your computer. 2. Open a PDF document in Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader and select the Print... option from the File menu.

3. Select Universal Document Converter from the printer list and click Properties.

4. On the settings panel, click "Load Properties".

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5. Use the "Open" dialog to select "PDF to JPEG.xml " and click "Open".

6. Click "OK " in the program window, then click "Print" and wait for the conversion process to complete.

7. The resulting document will automatically open in the program that Windows associates with JPEG images by default.

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Autodesk AutoCAD to PDF

Autodesk AutoCAD to PDF
1. Download and install the Universal Document Converter software to your computer. 2. Open an AutoCAD drawing and select the Plot... option from the File menu.

3. Select Universal Document Converter from the plotter list and click Properties.

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4. Select the Device and Document Settings tab, then select Custom Properties from the list, and click the Custom Properties button.

5. On the settings panel, click "Load Properties".

6. Use the "Open" dialog to select "Drawing to PDF.xml" and click "Open".

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7. Click "OK " in the program window, then click "Print" and wait for the conversion process to complete.

8. The resulting document will automatically open in Adobe Acrobat or any other Windows program associated by default with the PDF document format.

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DjVu file to PDF

DjVu File to PDF
1. Download and install the Universal Document Converter software to your computer. 2. Install a special Internet Explorer plug-in to view DjVu images. To obtain it, go to the Lizardtech web site and follow instructions there. 3. Open a DjVu image in Internet Explorer and click Print on the DjVu Browser Plugin toolbar.

4. Select Universal Document Converter from the printer list and click Properties.

5. On the settings panel, click "Load Properties".

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6. Use the "Open" dialog to select "Text document to PDF.xml" and click "Open".

7. Click "OK " in the program window, then click "Print" and wait for the conversion process to complete.

8. The resulting document will automatically open in Adobe Acrobat or any other Windows program associated by default with the PDF document format.

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Interface

Interface
All communication with the software is through the Universal Document Converter virtual printer configuration window. It is very simple and user-friendly. It enables the user to proceed directly to using the software without any training.

The virtual printer configuration window has three vertical areas. The first area houses tabs for access to the various conversion settings (1). It also contains buttons for access to profiles (2). The right-hand part of the window holds the preview area (3). It provides a preview of the result of changes to the various parameters. The middle part is where all the settings are entered. Its appearance changes depending on the tab that is selected at any given time.

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Preview

Preview
The preview area is a thumbnail image of a hypothetical page with graphics. Its appearance depends on current settings and updates automatically if they are modified. The following settings are shown in the preview area: paper orientation, color properties, margins, multi-/single-page document.

In addition, the preview area presents a summary of the current conversion settings as text. It will display the selected format, the resolution, post-processing settings, page settings, water marks, etc. This gives the user an immediate feel for the changes brought about by modifying a parameter which makes the software easier to learn and utilize. Preview is one of the Universal Document Converter's unique features.

See also:
Page Setup Tab File Format Tab Adjustments Tab Output Location Tab Post-Processing Tab Advanced Settings

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Page Setup Tab

Page Setup Tab
The Page Setup tab provides an interface to configure "print" settings for pages being sent to output files. It consists of two primary sections: "Geometry " and "Processing Quality ".

Geometry
The Geometry section is designed to configure output file pages sizes. It uses the following controls. Page size. Provides access to one of the standard page sizes, which a user may modify or add to using the Paper Form Manager. Width. Page width in the selected units of measure. Height. Page height in the selected units of measure. Units. Units of measure used to specify width and height: millimeters, inches, or pixels. Portrait/Landscape. Page orientation: portrait or landscape.

Print Quality
The Processing Quality section is designed to configure output file resolution. It uses the following controls. Resolution. Provides access to one of the standard resolution values. Vertical/Horizontal DPI. Vertical and horizontal image resolution values.

See also:
Preview Paper Form Manager

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Paper Form Manager

Paper Form Manager
Use the Paper Form Manager to compile a list of page formats displayed on the Page Setup tab: edit or delete controls, create new ones. To start the Paper Form Manager , select the Page Setup tab and click .

"The Paper Form Manager is a window with two lists. The left-hand side shows the page sizes displayed in the basic list on the Page Setup tab. The right-hand side, on the other hand, shows all possible standards by group (ANSI, ISO A, ISO B, etc.).

The lists are managed using the following interface controls. < Add. Add a format selected from the right-hand list to the left-hand list. Delete >. Delete a list entry from the left-hand list. Move Up. Move a left-hand list entry up one rank. Move Down. Move a left-hand list entry down one rank. In addition, the user is able to create custom page formats. To do this, click Create Custom Format, enter the name of a new list entry, the width, the height, and the units of measure, and click OK . This will put the entry in the left-hand list. To delete a previously created custom format, select it from the left-hand list, and click Remove >". Please note, that custom formats never show up in the right-hand list and cannot be reinstated once deleted (they can only be recreated manually).

See also:
Page Setup Tab

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File Format Tab

File Format Tab
This tab is used to configure output file formats. Its appearance is dependent on the specific format active at any specific moment in time. Available formats: BMP DCX GIF JPEG PCX PNG TIFF PDF

See also:
Supported Formats Preview

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BMP

BMP
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits), True Color (24 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

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DCX

DCX
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits), True Color (24 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

Additional Settings
File Structure. Method for creating output files:

Create single-page file for each page : each page of the source document is saved as a separate file; Multipage file for whole document: the entire source document is saved as a single multi-page file; Append all pages to existing document: all source documents being processed will be saved to a single output file.

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GIF

GIF
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

Additional Settings
File Structure. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only:

Create single-page file for each page : each page of the source document is saved as a separate file; Multipage file for whole document: the entire source document is saved as a single multi-page file; Append all pages to existing document: all source documents being processed will be saved to a single output file.
Frame Delay. Delay between frames in animation files (in seconds).

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JPEG

JPEG
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: 256 colors (8-bit), True Color (24-bit). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. The functionality is unavailable for this format.

Additional Settings
JPEG Quality. Output file quality (between 0 and 100 percent). The greater the value in this field, the higher the image quality and the larger the resulting file. Progressive. Creates "progressive" images displayed as a sequence of rescans. This functionality shows lowerresolution representations of an image while it is loading (useful for the Internet).

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PCX

PCX
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits), True Color (24 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

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PNG

PNG
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits), True Color (24 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

Additional Settings
Compression. Degree of compression to be applied to the resulting image (between 1 and 9). The greater it is, the smaller the output file, and the longer the conversion process.

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TIFF

TIFF
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits), True Color (24 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

Additional Settings
File Structure. Method for creating output files:

Create single-page file for each page : each page of the source document is saved as a separate file; Multipage file for whole document: the entire source document is saved as a single multi-page file; Append all pages to existing document: all source documents being processed will be saved to a single output file.
Compression. Compression algorithm for the resulting graphic. "- Default -": if the bit depth is "Monochrome (1-bit)", CCITT Group 4 compression is used, LZW otherwise. "None": no compression. CCIT Group 3: a Huffman lossless compression algorithm using a fixed table. The full name of this algorithm is CCITT Group 3. This indicates that this algorithm was proposed by Standardization Group 3 under the International Telephone and Telegraph Consultative Committee. It replaces uninterrupted sequences of black and white pixels with the number of such pixels. This sequence, in turn, is compressed using the Huffman fixed-table algorithm. The algorithm is best suited for dual-color black-and-white images with large areas of white. CCIT Group 4: a more advanced version of CCITT Group 3. Compression is vertical unlike Group 3 where compression is left to right. This algorithm is a common compression method and is applicable to virtually all monochrome images. LZW : a lossless compression algorithm. It was named after its creators Lempel, Ziv, and Welch. The LZW algorithm was published by Welch in 1984 as an upgrade to the LZ78 algorithm published by Lempel and Ziv in 1978. When it came out, it provided better compression for most applications than any other well-known method at the time. This algorithm became the first data compression method to be widely used in computers. LZW compression uses identical byte sequences. Therefore, it is best suited to the compression of 1-bit black-and-white images as well as grayscale images without a lot of fine detail. Flate (ZIP): essentially, the deflate lossless compression algorithm (the deflate algorithm is also at the basis of ZIP), i. e. an advanced algorithm which selects a compression method based on file content. The compression engine has three modes (no compression, sequential LZ77 compression, and modified Huffman compression with standard sequences and sequences created on the fly during compression).

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Availability of various algorithms depends on selected bit depth.

TIFF

Segmentation. Method for breaking the file up into stripes. The original TIFF standard assumed that the image would be segmented into stripes. This allows the TIFF file to be read as individual stripes which given the small size of each such stripe can be processed even by computers with small amounts of random-access memory. The standard recommends that the stripe not exceed 4 Kbytes (Striped Option). The Single-Stripe option records the entire TIFF image file as a single stripe. These files are normally more compact. If your intention is to use TIFF files on computers with sufficiently large RAM, we recommend that you use the Single-Stripe option. The extended TIFF standard offers the capability to break the file up into random rectangular shapes (Tiled Option) rather than into stripes. It should be noted that the tiled mode is not supported by some image renderers. If the - Default - option is selected, the Stripped mode is utilized. Fill Order. Bit sort order during reassembly: MSB2LSB (bits sorted in ascending order) or LSB2MSB (bits sorted in descending order). Used for compatibility with various facsimile equipment. Utilized with CCIT Group 3 and CCIT Group 4 compression algorithms only. If the - Default - option is selected, the MSB2LSB fill order is used.

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PDF

PDF
The fields below are used to configure this format.

General Settings
Color Depth. Sets the output files' color option: Monochrome (1 bit), Grayscale (4 bits), 16 colors (4 bits), Grayscale (8 bits), 256 colors (8 bits), True Color (24 bits). High-Quality Dithering. Used to reduce stepwise rendering when representing images at lower bit depths. Applicable to the following bit depths only: Monochrome, 4-bit grayscale, 16 colors, 256 colors.

Additional Settings
Multipage. Method for creating output files:

Create single-page file for each page : each page of the source document is saved as a separate file; Multipage file for whole document: the entire source document is saved as a single multi-page file; Append all pages to existing document: all source documents being processed will be saved to a single output file.
Compression. Compression algorithm for the resulting graphic: "- Default -": if bit depth is "Monochrome (1-bit)", CCITT Group 4 compression is used, and Flate otherwise. "None": no compression. CCIT Group 3: a Huffman lossless compression algorithm using a fixed table. The full name of this algorithm is CCITT Group 3. This indicates that this algorithm was proposed by Standardization Group 3 under the International Telephone and Telegraph Consultative Committee. It replaces uninterrupted sequences of black and white pixels with the number of such pixels. This sequence, in turn, is compressed using the Huffman fixed-table algorithm. The algorithm is best suited for dual-color black-and-white images with large areas of white. CCIT Group 4: a more advanced version of CCITT Group 3. Compression is vertical unlike Group 3 where compression is left to right. This algorithm is a common compression method and is applicable to virtually all monochrome images. Flate (ZIP): essentially, the deflate lossless compression algorithm (the deflate algorithm is also at the basis of ZIP), i. e. an advanced algorithm which selects a compression method based on file content. The compression engine has three modes (no compression, sequential LZ77 compression, and modified Huffman compression with standard sequences and sequences created on the fly during compression). Availability of various algorithms depends on selected bit depth. PDF Standard. The PDF Standard option defines the type of output PDF files: Regular PDF : regular PDF file. No PDF/A and no password protection. You are able to edit this PDF in Adobe Acrobat Professional if you want.

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PDF/A: newly created PDF file corresponds to PDF/A standard. Password protection unsupported. Password protected: a password is required to open an output file. The password is set by the Password option. Password. Contains the password to be used to protect new PDF files. You can enter a password if the PDF Standard option is Password protected.

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Adjustments Tab

Adjustments Tab
This tab is used to configure actions to be applied to source document pages. It consists of two primary sections: "Crop Options" and "Resize Options."

Crop Options
This area helps configure the source document empty border cropping functionality. It uses the following controls. Don't Crop. Border cropping disabled. Automatically Detect and Crop Empty Borders . Automatically crop empty white borders. Crop Solid Border Color Around the Page . Cropping of borders of a user-specified color. Color. Color of borders to be cropped in this mode. Tolerance. Maximum tolerance (percentage) with respect to the selected color of the margins to be cropped in this mode.

Resizing Options
This section helps resize source document pages. It uses the following controls. Keep Original Output Image Size . Output file pages are not resized. Resize Output Image Proportionally . Output file pages are resized based on specified settings. Resize Mode. Automatic output page resize mode. Fit Width: resize in proportion to the specified width. Fit Height: resize in proportion to the specified height. Fit Rectangle: resize to specified dimensions. Thumbnail: resize to specified dimensions and fill borders with the specified color. Width. Page width to be used in Fit Width, Fit Rectangle, and Thumbnail. Height. Page height to be used in Fit Height, Fit Rectangle, and Thumbnail. Background. Border color resulting from the resize operation in the Thumbnail mode.

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Watermark Tab

Watermark Tab
This tab is used to configure watermarks (text or graphic stamps) to be added to the pages of the output files. This functionality has three modes.

Do not Apply Watermark . No watermark is applied. Text Label. Text string watermarks are applied to the pages of the output files. Picture. Image watermarks are applied to the pages of the output files.
The appearance of the tab is dependent on the specific type of watermark that is selected at any given time.

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Text Watermark

Text Watermark
A text watermark is a series of text strings applied to the pages of output files. The interface controls below are used to configure this functionality.

Text. The watermark string. It may contain the following macros that the software replaces with actual values at runtime.

Macro
&[DocName(0)] &[DocName(1)] &[DocName(2)] &[Page(0)] &[Page(2)] ... &[Page(6)] &[Year(0)] &[Year(1)] &[Month(0)] &[Month(1)]

Description
Document Name Uppercase Document Name Lowercase Document Name Page Number Page Number of between 2 and 6 Digits Current 4-Digit Year Current 2-Digit Year Current Month as Text Current Month as 2-Digit Number

Example value
My Document MY DOCUMENT my document 3 05 000005 2009 09 February 02 II 3 03 Tuesday 3 03 Tuesday, February 03, 2009 03.02.2009 03.02.09 21 09 am 31 38

&[Month(2)] Current Month as Roman Numerals &[MonthDay(0)] Current Date &[MonthDay(1)] Current 2-Digit Date &[WeekDay(0)] &[WeekDay(1)] &[WeekDay(2)] &[Date(0)] &[Date(1)] &[Date(1)] &[Hour(0)] &[Hour(1)] &[Hour(2)] &[Min(0)] &[Sec(0)] Current Day of Week as Text Current Day of Week as Number Current Day of Week as 2-Digit Number Current Complete Date Current Complete Date as dd.mm.yyyy Current Complete Date as dd.mm.yy Current Hour in 24-Hour Format Current Hour in 12-Hour Format AM or PM Current Minutes Current Seconds

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&[Time(0)] &[Time(1)] &[Time(2)] Current Time in hh-mm-ss Format 09-31-38 Current Time in hh-mm (24-Hour) Format 21-31 Current Time in hh-mm (12-Hour) Format 09-31

Text Watermark

Macros may be entered manually or selected from a list by pressing macro as an illustration of what the result will look like. Font. Watermark font. Size. Watermark font size. B. Bold. I. Italics. U. Underline. "Border". Border around the watermark. Background Color. Watermark background color. Transparency. Watermark transparency (as a percentage value). Method. Watermark string application method:

. An example is given next to the name of each

stamp: the string is superimposed on the document; watermark: the string is "mixed" in with the contents of the document; background: the string is applied behind the document).
Stretch Watermark to Fit Page . Enables the watermark to be stretched to fit the entire page. Position X. Watermark horizontal alignment: left, right, or center. Position Y. Watermark vertical alignment: bottom, top, or center. Rotation. Watermark rotation in degrees. Margins (pixels) X. The number of pixels a watermark is offset horizontally with respect to a point set automatically based on alignment. Margins (pixels) Y. The number of pixels a watermark is offset vertically with respect to a point set automatically based on alignment.

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Watermark from Image File

Watermark from Image File
A text watermark is a graphic image applied to the pages of output files. The fields below are used to configure this functionality.

Image from File. Graphic file containing an image to be used as a watermark. The field can be populated manually or by way of a standard Windows dialog. Method. Watermark application algorithm:

stamp: the image is superimposed on the document; watermark: the image is "mixed" with the contents of the document; background: the image is applied behind the document).
Stretch Watermark to Fit Page . Enables the watermark to be stretched to fit the entire page. Position X. Watermark horizontal alignment: left, right, or center. Position Y. Watermark vertical alignment: bottom, top, or center. Rotation. Watermark rotation in degrees. Margins (pixels) X. The number of pixels a watermark is offset horizontally with respect to a point set automatically based on alignment. Margins (pixels) Y. The number of pixels a watermark is offset vertically with respect to a point set automatically based on alignment.

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Output Location Tab

Output Location Tab
This tab is used to configure output file settings. Configuration is performed using the fields below.

Prompt for filename . In this mode, the software displays a standard save file dialog every time a file is created for manual file and folder name entry.

Use Predefined Location and Filename. In this mode, the software places output files in a specified folder and
generates file names automatically based on a predefined template. Location Path. The folder to save output files to. It can only be entered under "Use Predefined Location and Filename." The folder may be entered manually or by way of a standard Windows dialog. It may contain the following macros that the software replaces with actual values at runtime.

Macro

Description

Example value

&[Dectop] Current User's Desktop C:\Documents and Settings\User\Desktop &[Documents] Current User's "My Documents" Folder C:\My Documents &[Pictures] Current User's "My Pictures" Folder C:\My Documents\My Pictures Macros may be entered manually or selected from a list by pressing . An example is given next to the name of each macro as an illustration of what the result will look like. File name. Template used to generate output file names automatically. It may contain the following macros that the software replaces with actual values at runtime.

Macro

Description

Example value
My Document MY DOCUMENT my document 3 05

&[DocName(0)] Document Name &[DocName(1)] Uppercase Document Name &[DocName(2)] Lowercase Document Name &[Page(0)] &[Page(2)] ... &[Page(6)] &[ImageType] &[ColorDepth] &[Year(0)] &[Year(1)] &[Month(0)] &[Month(1)] Page Number Page Number of between 2 and 6 Digits

000005 Standard Extension for Selected Output File Format pdf Numeric value for the bit depth of the resulting image 24 Current 4-Digit Year Current 2-Digit Year Current Month as Text Current Month as 2-Digit Number 2009 09 February 02

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&[Month(2)] Current Month as Roman Numerals &[MonthDay(0)] Current Date &[MonthDay(1)] Current 2-Digit Date &[WeekDay(0)] Current Day of Week as Text &[WeekDay(1)] Current Day of Week as Number &[WeekDay(2)] Current Day of Week as 2-Digit Number &[Date(0)] &[Date(1)] &[Date(1)] &[Hour(0)] &[Hour(1)] &[Hour(2)] &[Min(0)] &[Sec(0)] &[Time(0)] &[Time(1)] &[Time(2)] Current Complete Date Current Complete Date as dd.mm.yyyy Current Complete Date as dd.mm.yy Current Hour in 24-Hour Format Current Hour in 12-Hour Format AM or PM Current Minutes Current Seconds Current Time in hh-mm-ss Format Current Time in hh-mm (24-Hour) Format Current Time in hh-mm (12-Hour) Format II 3 03 Tuesday 3 03

Output Location Tab

Tuesday, February 03, 2009 03.02.2009 03.02.09 21 09 am 31 38 09-31-38 21-31 09-31 . An example is given next to the name of

Macros may be entered manually or selected from a list by pressing each macro as an illustration of what the result will look like.

Overwrite Existing File. Enable automatic overwriting of existing files with identical names.

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Post-Processing Tab

Post-Processing Tab
This tab contains the tools to configure program steps following a conversion. This configuration is managed using the following interface controls.

Don't Perform Any Action after Conversion is Finished . In this mode, the software does not do anything after a conversion is complete. Open Output Folder. In this mode, the software will automatically open a window showing the output folder after a conversion. Open Output File in Default Viewer . In this mode, the software will automatically open all resulting files in the default application for the type of file in question after a conversion. Run Custom Application. In this mode, the software will automatically start the specified application after a conversion. Path to the Application. The application that will be started after a conversion in the appropriate mode. It can be specified using the standard file selection dialog. Parameters. Additional application runtime parameters. It may contain the following macros that the software replaces with actual values at runtime.

Macro

Description

Example value
C:\UDC OutputFiles\My Document.pdf C:\UDCOUT~1\MYDOCU~1.PDF 1

&[OutFile(0)] Full path and output file name &[OutFile(1)] Full path and output file name in 8.3 format; &[Copies] Number of copies you set for the application. The Universal Document Converter creates one file per output page.. Macros may be entered manually or selected from a list by pressing each macro as an illustration of what the result will look like.

. An example is given next to the name of

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Using Profiles

Using Profiles
Profiles make the Universal Document Converter significantly more efficient. They may be utilized by users to save settings required for certain operations to apply them very quickly at a later date. In addition, the Universal Document Converter includes a series of built-in profiles out of the box to address the most common tasks.

To use a previously created or a built-in profile, click "Load Settings". This will display the standard Windows Open File dialog to select an XML file with the desired profile. To create a new profile or to edit an existing one, specify all the conversion settings that are needed. Then, click the Save Settings button. This will display the standard Windows Save File dialog such that a new or an existing XML file name could be specified.

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Advanced Settings

Advanced Settings
This tab is designed for additional configuration options and conversion system settings. It contains the following controls.

Conversion Progress
Show Progress Window While Processing . Automatically displays a small progress window when a conversion is started. Show Notification Messages and Warnings . Enables display of error messages for any errors in the conversion process.

System Settings
Folder for Temporary Files . The folder to be used to store temporary files used by the software. It can be specified manually or by way of a standard Windows dialog. The &[Temp] macro may be used to point to the standard Windows folder for temporary files. Create Log File. Automatically creates a log file after the conversion process is complete.

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Technical Support

Technical Support
You may contact Technical Support for answers to questions regarding the functionality of the Universal Document Converter. It is absolutely free for all Universal Document Converter users. Technical Support may be contacted at : http://www.print-driver.com/support/.

See also:
About fCoder Group, Inc. Why register Universal Document Converter

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Registering Universal Document Converter

Registering Universal Document Converter
The Universal Document Converter is distributed as shareware. This means that it has a demo version which may be tried absolutely free of charge by anyone to test-drive all the functionality. However, access to the full version of the Universal Document Converter must be purchased. This Chapter contains the following sections. Why register Universal Document Converter Registering Universal Document Converter Discounts for Educational and Non-Profit Institutions and Government Agencies Activating Universal Document Converter

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Why register Universal Document Converter

Why register Universal Document Converter
An unregistered program can perform conversions to any formats and give a user access to all available operations. However, a special mark will be applied to every output image to indicate that the image was created using an unregistered version. Thus, you are able to test the complete functionality of the Universal Document Converter; however, the resulting images cannot be used for any practical purpose. By registering the Universal Document Converter you gain access: to the latest full version. to file conversion without limitations or marks; to all subsequent minor updates (i. e. updates whose major version number before the point remains unchanged: 5.0->5.1, 5.1->5.2, etc.) absolutely free of charge (cf. License Agreement). to a discount on all subsequent versions of the software.

See also:
Registering Universal Document Converter License Agreement

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Registering Universal Document Converter

Registering Universal Document Converter
The following steps must be completed to start using the full version of the Universal Document Converter. Purchase the Universal Document Converter and obtain a serial number. Download the latest stable version (the serial number and the link to a distribution file will be emailed to you after the software is purchased). Install the Universal Document Converter. The first attempt to access Universal Document Converter settings will cause the Activation Wizard to display. Follow the prompts in the Wizard and activate your copy of the software. Click here for more detail on the activation process.

See also:
Installing Universal Document Converter Software Activating Universal Document Converter

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Discounts for Educational and Non-Profit Institutions and Government Agencies
fCoder Group, Inc. has a special program for government agencies, educational institutions, and other not-for-profit organizations. We offer the Universal Document Converter to these organizations at a significant discount. Please, complete and send us a special form to find out more about this offer. You will then be contacted by company representatives.

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Activating Universal Document Converter

Activating Universal Document Converter
Once a stable version of the Universal Document Converter is installed, your copy of the software must be activated. The activation process protects the product from illegal distribution and helps you make sure that you are using an authentic license. It is started automatically after the virtual printer settings dialog is first opened.

There are two ways to activate the Universal Document Converter. Automatic Activation. Manual Activation.

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Automatic Activation

Automatic Activation
Perform the following steps to activate the software automatically. Make sure your Internet connection is active. Check the Activate Automatically option in the activation dialog and click Next.

Wait for activation to complete.

Caution! If this activation method is selected, the software will contact the corporate server. If the host has a firewall
installed, a rule has to be created allowing the Universal Document Converter to connect to the server, or the firewall has to be configured for training mode.

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Manual Activation

Manual Activation
Perform the following steps to activate the software manually. Check the Enter Activation Code Manually option in the activation dialog and click Next.

Open http://www.print-driver.com/activation in a browser, copy serial number and authorization number from appropriate fields in the activation window into the Serial Number and Authorization Number fields, and click Get Activation Code.

Copy the resulting activation code to Clipboard, paste it into the appropriate field in the activation window, and click Next.

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About fCoder Group, Inc.

About fCoder Group, Inc.
fCoder Group, Inc. was founded in the summer of 1998. Today, it is a recognized leader in the development of software for electronic document handling, as well as image processing and conversion. Software by fCoder Group, Inc. is used by thousands of businesses, government offices, and educational institutions. Our clients include NASA, the Ford Motor Co., the University of New Orleans, the University of Houston, Intel Australia Pty Ltd., MAN B&W Diesel A/S, Project Gutenberg, and many other well-known companies. Software by fCoder Group, Inc. has received excellent reviews from many printed and online publications, including a number of famous ones, such as Chip, PC Answers, PC Go!, DigitalPhoto Camera, Tucows, CNET, etc.

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Contacting fCoder Group, Inc.

Contacting fCoder Group, Inc.
The easiest and fastest way of getting in touch with us is by contacting Technical Support which is able to answer all sorts of questions.

Mailing Address:
fCoder Group, Inc. 901 N. Pitt Street, Suite 325 Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: +1-888-600-5575 Fax: +1-888-600-5578

See also:
Technical Support

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LICENSE AGREEMENT
NOTICE TO USER: THIS IS AN AGREEMENT GOVERNING YOUR USE OF UNIVERSAL DOCUMENT CONVERTER SOFTWARE, FURTHER DEFINED HEREIN AS "PRODUCT", AND THE LICENSOR OF THE PRODUCT IS WILLING TO PROVIDE YOU WITH ACCESS TO THE PRODUCT ONLY ON THE CONDITION THAT YOU ACCEPT ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT. BELOW, YOU ARE ASKED TO ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT AND CONTINUE TO INSTALL OR, IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT, TO DECLINE THIS AGREEMENT, IN WHICH CASE YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO INSTALL OR OPERATE THE PRODUCT. BY INSTALLING THIS PRODUCT YOU ACCEPT ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT. This Electronic End User License Agreement (the "Agreement") is a legal agreement between you (either an individual or an entity), the "Licensee", and fCoder Group, Inc. (the "Licensor"), regarding the Licensor's software and service titled Universal Document Converter 5.1 owned by the Licensor and/or its respective affiliates and licensors, as applicable pursuant to a valid license, you are about to download in object code form or other related services, including without limitation a) all of the contents of the files, license keys or codes, serial numbers, components, parts, disk(s), CD-ROM(s) or other media with which this Agreement is provided (the "Software"), and b) all successor upgrades, revisions, patches, enhancements, fixes, modifications, copies, additions or maintenance releases of the Software, if any, licensed to you by the Licensor (collectively, the "Updates") provided that Updates shall not include a new subsequent releases of Universal Document Converter bearing a new first numeral such as 6.0 or 7.0 ("New Releases"), and c) related user documentation and explanatory materials or files provided in written, "online" or electronic form (the "Documentation" and together with the Software and Updates, the "Product"). You are subject to the terms and conditions of this End User License Agreement whether you access or obtain the Product directly from the Licensor, or through any other source. For purposes hereof, "you" or "Licensee" means the individual person installing or using the Product on his or her own behalf; or, if the Product is being downloaded or installed on behalf of an organization, such as an employer, "you" or "Licensee" means the organization for which the Product is downloaded or installed and it is represented hereby that such organization has authorized the person accepting this agreement to do so on its behalf. For purposes hereof the term "organization", without limitation, includes any partnership, limited liability company, corporation, association, joint stock company, trust, joint venture, labor organization, unincorporated organization, or governmental authority. By accessing, storing, loading, installing, executing, displaying, copying the Product into the memory of a Client Device, as defined below, or otherwise benefiting from using the functionality of the Product ("Operating"), you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Licensor is unwilling to license the Product to you. In such event, you may not Operate or use the Product in any way and, if applicable, you may return the Product to the place of purchase for a full refund. A COPY OF THIS EULA CAN BE FOUND AT THE INSTALLATION DIRECTORY UNDER THE DOCUMENTS NAME "license_agreement.txt" OR http://www.print-driver.com/company/license_agreement.html SHOULD YOU WISH TO CONSULT IT IN THE FUTURE. BEFORE YOU PUT A CHECKMARK AT THE "I ACCEPT THE AGREEMENT" BUTTON AND PRESS "NEXT", PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT, AS SUCH ACTIONS ARE A SYMBOL OF YOUR SIGNATURE AND BY CLICKING ON THE "I ACCEPT THE AGREMENT" AND "NEXT" BUTTONS, YOU ARE CONSENTING TO BE BOUND BY AND ARE BECOMING A PARTY TO THIS AGREEMENT AND AGREE THAT THIS AGREEMENT IS ENFORCEABLE LIKE ANY WRITTEN NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT SIGNED BY YOU. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ALL OF THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT, CLICK THE "CANCEL" BUTTON AND THE PRODUCT WILL NOT BE INSTALLED ON YOUR CLIENT DEVICE, AS SUCH TERM IS DEFINED BELOW. 1. Proprietary Rights and Non-Disclosure. 1.1. Ownership Rights. You agree that the Product and the authorship, systems, ideas, methods of operation, documentation and other information contained in the Product, are proprietary intellectual properties and/or the valuable trade secrets of the Licensor and/or its respective affiliates, suppliers and licensors and are protected by civil and criminal law, and by the law of copyright, trade secret, trademark and patent of the United States, other countries and international treaties. You may use Licensor's trademarks only insofar as to identify printed output produced by the Product in accordance with accepted trademark practice, including identification of trademark owner's name. Such use of any trademark does not give you any rights of ownership in that trademark. The Licensor and/or its respective affiliates, suppliers and licensors own and retain all right, title, and interest in and to the Product, including without limitations any error corrections, enhancements, Updates or other modifications to the Software, whether made by Licensor or any third party, and all copyrights, patents, trade secret rights, trademarks, and other intellectual property rights therein. Your possession, installation or use of the Product does not transfer to you any title to the intellectual property in the Product, and you will not acquire any rights to the Product except as expressly set forth in this Agreement. All copies of the Product made hereunder must contain the same proprietary notices that appear on and in the Product. Except as stated herein, this Agreement does not grant you any intellectual property rights in the Product and you acknowledge that the license granted under this Agreement provides you only with a right of limited use under the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

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1.2. Source Code. You acknowledge that the source code for the Product is proprietary to the Licensor and constitutes trade secrets of the Licensor. You agree not to modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt to discover the source code of the Product in any way. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as giving you any access, right or entitlement to the Product's source code. 1.3. Serial Number and Confidential Information. You agree that, unless otherwise specifically provided herein or agreed by the Licensor in writing, the Product, including the specific design and structure of individual programs and the Product, including without limitation the Serial Number provided to you by the Licensor and/or its authorized resellers or distributors, constitute confidential proprietary information of the Licensor. For purposes hereof, "Serial Number" shall mean a unique sequence of digit and/or symbols provided to you by the Licensor confirming the purchase of the license from the Licensor, which may carry the information about the license and the number of permitted users, and enabling the full functionality of the Product in accordance with the license granted under this Agreement. You agree not to transfer, copy, disclose, test, provide or otherwise make available such confidential information in any form and via any means, electronic or nonelectronic, to any third party without the prior written consent of the Licensor. You agree to implement reasonable security measures to protect such confidential information, but without limitation to the foregoing, shall use best efforts to maintain the security of the Serial Number provided to you by the Licensor and/or its authorized resellers or distributors. 1.4. No Modification. You agree not to modify or alter the Product in any way. You may not remove or alter any copyright notices or other proprietary notices on any copies of the Product. 2. Grant of License. 2.1. License. The Licensor grants you the following rights ("License") and you hereby agree and accept such License: a). Trial Version. If you have received, downloaded and/or installed an unregistered trial version of the Product (the "Trial Version") and are hereby granted an evaluation license for the Software with such limited and/or abridged functionality as Licensor may, at its sole discretion, deem necessary or appropriate, and you may Operate the Product only (i) to the extent such functionalities made available by Licensor, (ii) for evaluation purposes, and (iii) only during the single applicable evaluation period, if any, granted to you by the Licensor. Any use of the Product for other purposes or beyond the applicable evaluation period is strictly prohibited, provided however that, subject to the restrictions contained herein, you may copy and distribute a trial version of the Software without any modifications whatsoever to any third party subject to this Agreement. The Trial Version may be freely distributed in its original format, with exceptions noted below, provided that the distribution package is unmodified. No person or company may charge a fee for the distribution of the Trial Version without written permission from the Licensor. The Trial Version may not be bundled or distributed with any other package without the express written permission of the Licensor. b). Grant of License. Unless otherwise specifically indicated under a valid license (e.g. business license or multiple user license as provided below) granted by the Licensor, upon purchase of the Product (online or otherwise as provided by Licensor), Licensee is granted a non-exclusive and non-transferable license to install and Operate one (1) copy of the specified version of the Product by one user account in the operating system ("User") during the term of this Agreement or subscription term, if applicable, subject to the payment of the applicable fees and Licensee's compliance with the terms hereof, for internal purposes only, on one computer, workstation, personal digital assistant, 'smart phone', mobile phones, hand-held devices, or other electronic devices for which the Software was designed (each a "Client Device"). The Licensor reserves all rights not expressly granted herein. c). Multiple Licenses. If you have purchased multiple licenses for the Product, then the number of all Users on all Client Devices shall not exceed the number indicated in the invoicing/licensing terms. By way of illustration and not a limitation, if Licensee purchase a license "up to 5 users (computers)", then the Product can be installed, activated and Operated in one of the following examples: (i) on 5 computers (workstations), with one account per each computer, (ii) on one computer (workstation) with five User accounts; or (iii) on one server under 5 different User accounts, which use and Operate the Product through Local Area Network or which use and Operate the Product through the server by remote access (such as Windows Terminal or Remote Desktop Connection). Additionally, Licensor reserves the right to provide for specific terms and conditions in the individual licenses and such terms may be embedded in Serial Number specifying other terms, conditions and restrictions of Operating of the Product. If the Product is licensed as a suite or bundle with more than one specified software product, this license applies to all such specified software products, subject to any restrictions or usage terms specified on the applicable price list or product packaging that apply to any of such software products individually. The Licensor reserves all rights not expressly granted herein. d). Personal Use License. If the Product is licensed under Personal License upon the terms specified in the applicable Personal License invoicing or packaging for the Product, you may make use of the Product solely for Personal Use. For purposes hereof, "Personal Use" shall mean personal non-commercial use, and not on behalf or for the benefit of any clients and excludes any commercial purposes whatsoever, which include without limitation: advertising marketing and promotional materials/services on behalf of an actual client, employer, employee or for your own benefit, any products that are commercially distributed, whether or not for a fee (including any photo images, t-shirts, posters, templates, flyers, brochures, calendars, screensavers, "photo mugs", mailings in hard copy or electronic format), any materials or services for sale or for which fees or charges are paid or received. e). Business License. If the Product is licensed under Business License with the Software provided in Object Code only

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upon the terms specified in the applicable invoicing or packaging for the Product, you may Operate of the Product for Business Use (the "Business License"). For purposes hereof, "Business Use" shall mean any Operation of the Product for legal business, commercial, or government purpose in accordance with Documentation. Licensee may Operate the Product licensed under the Business License by the number of Users as provided and permitted by invoicing terms or applicable terms and conditions on the Licensor's web site http://www.print-driver.com/order/ at the time of purchase of the Business License. f). Server License. If the Product is licensed under Server License with the Software provided in Object Code only upon the terms specified in the applicable invoicing or packaging for the Product, you may install the Product on one server and Operate it locally from your application for Business Use. You may not install the Product on end-users' computers or share the Product over the network. g). Developer License. If the Product is licensed under Developer License with the Software provided in Object Code only upon the terms specified in the applicable invoicing or packaging for the Product, you may Operate the Product's API (Application Programming Interface) for commercial application development and an enterprise document flow system development. Licensee may Operate the Product licensed under the Developer License as a part of his Commercial Application by the number of Licenses as provided and permitted by invoicing terms or applicable terms and conditions on the Licensor's web site http://www.print-driver.com/order/ at the time of purchase of the Developer License; or as a part of document flow system within an Enterprise. You may not distribute the Product as a stand-alone application. h). Educational Purpose License and Educational Institution Site License. If the Product is licensed under an Educational Purpose License upon the terms specified in the applicable Educational Purpose License invoicing or packaging for the Product, you may make use of the Product solely for Educational Purpose. "Educational Purpose" means any noncommercial study or research that is undertaken solely in furtherance of one's education, whether or not completed by a student in pursuit of an educational degree, certificate or diploma and as used by teachers or facilitates teaching of a class, and all administrative staff, faculty and employees, of any college, university, trade school or other school ("Educational Institution"). With the acquisition of an Educational Institution Site License, Licensee may install and Operate the Product by a number of Users determined by the applicable invoicing terms within one Educational Institution in one geographic location. Within these limitations, you may install the Product as a "Network" Product and run the Product from any networked Client Devices on Licensee's LAN, provided that such Client Devices are located exclusively within one office complex within one geographic location. Educational License may be granted exclusively at the discretion of the Licensor upon your submission of a written request discussing your and your employer/employees activities, when applicable, and your reasons for and purposes of Operating the Product. i). Governmental and Non-profit License. If the Product is licensed under a government license (the "Government License") or a non-profit license (the "Non-profit License") upon the terms specified in the applicable invoicing or packaging for the Product, you may make use of the Product solely for governmental or non-profit purposes, accordingly. "Governmental Purpose" means any non-commercial study or research that is undertaken solely in furtherance of one's duties as a government employee. "Non-profit Purpose" means any non-commercial activity or research that is undertaken solely in furtherance of one's duties as part of the non-profit organization purposes narrowly interpreted. With the acquisition of a Governmental or Non-profit License, Licensee may install and Operate the Product by a number of Users determined by the applicable invoicing terms within one governmental institution or one non-profit organization, accordingly, in one geographic location. Within these limitations, you may install the Product as a "Network" Product. Government License and Non-profit License may be granted exclusively at the discretion of the Licensor upon your submission of a written request discussing your and your employer/employees activities, when applicable, and your reasons for and purposes of Operating the Product. j). Multiple Environment Product; Multiple Language Product; Dual Media Product; Multiple Copies; Bundles. If the Product supports multiple platforms or languages, if you receive the Product on multiple media, if you otherwise receive multiple copies of the Product, or if you received the Product bundled with other software, the total number of Users that may Operate all versions of the Product may not exceed the number of licenses you have obtained from the Licensor. Except as otherwise specifically provided herein, you may not rent, lease, sublicense, lend or transfer any versions or copies of the Product you do not use. k). Updates. During the Term of this Agreement, as defined below, you may download Updates to the Product when and as the Licensor publishes them in its electronic bulletin board system, website or through other online services. Whether an Update is a free Update or a fee is charged for a particular Update is determined by Licensor in it sole discretion provided that Licensee is under no obligation to install and/or Operate any Updates. If the Product or any part thereof is an Update to a previous version of the Product, you must possess a valid license to such previous version in order to use the Update. l). Back-up Copies. You can make one (1) copy the Product for backup and archival purposes, provided, however, that the original and each copy is kept in your possession or control, and that your installation and use of the Product does not exceed that which is allowed in this Section 2. m). Prohibitions. You may not use, copy, emulate, clone, rent, lease, sell, modify, decompile, disassemble, otherwise reverse engineer, assign or transfer the licensed program, or any subset of the licensed program, except as provided for in this Agreement. Any such unauthorized use shall result in immediate and automatic termination of this Agreement and the License granted hereunder and may result in criminal and/or civil prosecution. Neither Product's binary code nor source

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may be used or reverse engineered to re-create the program algorithm, which is proprietary, without written permission of the Licensor. All rights not expressly granted here are reserved by Licensor. n). Serial Number. You may not give away, sell or otherwise transfer your registration Serial Number or any copythereof to a third party. Serial Number may not be distributed, except as provided herein, outside of the area of legal control of the person or persons who purchased the original License, without written permission of the Licensor. Doing so constitutes an infringement of Licensor's copyright. Licensor retains the right of claims for compensation in respect of damage which occurred by your giving away the Serial Number or registration code contained therein. This claim shall also extend to all costs which Licensor incurs in defending itself. o). Acceptance of Licensing Terms. Installing and Operating the Product signifies acceptance of these terms and conditions of the License. If you do not agree with the terms of the license you must remove all Universal Document Converter software files from your storage devices, including any back-up or archival copy, and cease to Operate the Product. p). Term and Termination. The term of this Agreement ("Term") shall begin when you download or install the Product or pay the applicable license fees (whichever is earlier) and shall continue unless otherwise terminated pursuant hereto for the term specified in your order. The Licensor may terminate this Agreement by offering you a superseding agreement for the Product or any replacement or modified version of or an upgrade or a new release of the Product and conditioning your continued use of the Product or such replacement, modified or upgraded version or new release on your acceptance of such superseding agreement. This Agreement may be also terminated by the Licensor immediately and without notice if you fail to comply with any of your covenants, obligations or conditions of this Agreement. Without prejudice to any other rights, this Agreement will terminate automatically if you fail to comply with any of the limitations or other requirements described herein. Upon any termination or expiration of this Agreement, you must immediately cease use of the Product and destroy all copies of the Product. q). No Rights Upon Termination. Upon termination of this Agreement you will no longer be authorized to Operate or use the Product in any way. r). Material Terms and Conditions. You specifically agree that each of the terms and conditions of this Section 2 are material and that failure of you to comply with these terms and conditions shall constitute sufficient cause for Licensor to immediately terminate this Agreement and the License granted under this Agreement. The presence of this Section 2.1(o) shall not be relevant in determining the materiality of any other provision or breach of this Agreement by either party hereto. 3. Restrictions. 3.1. No Transfer of Rights. Under no circumstances you shall sell, loan, rent, lease, license, sublicense, publish, display, distribute, assign or otherwise transfer to a third party the Product, any copy thereof, in whole or in part, without Licensor's prior written consent. You may not permit third parties to benefit from the use or functionality of the Product via a timesharing, service bureau or other arrangement, except to the extent such use is specified in the application price list, purchase order or product packaging for the Product. You may not reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise reduce any party of the Product to human readable form nor permit any third party to do so, except to the extent the foregoing restriction is expressly prohibited by applicable law. Notwithstanding the foregoing sentence, decompiling the Software is permitted to the extent the laws of your jurisdiction give you the right to do so to obtain information necessary to render the Software interoperable with other software; provided, however, that you must first request such information from the Licensor and the Licensor may, in its discretion, either provide such information to you (subject to confidentiality terms) or impose reasonable conditions, including a reasonable fee, on such use of the Software to ensure that the Licensor's and its affiliates' proprietary rights in the Software are protected. You may not modify, or create derivative works based upon the Product in whole or in part. 3.2. Proprietary Notices and Copies. You may not remove any proprietary notices or labels on the Product. You may not copy the Product except as expressly permitted in Section 2 above. 3.3. Compliance with Law. You agree that in Operating the Product and in using any report or information derived as a result of Operating this Product, you will comply with all applicable international, national, state, regional and local laws and regulations, including, without limitation, privacy, copyright, export control and obscenity law. 3.4. Additional Protection Measures. Solely for the purpose of preventing unlicensed use of the Product, the Software, during the installation or an online activation, may install on your Client Device technological measures that are designed to prevent unlicensed use, and the Licensor may use this technology to confirm that you have a licensed copy of the Product. The update of these technological measures may occur through the installation of the Updates. The Updates will not install on unlicensed copies of the Product. If you are not using a properly licensed copy of the Product, you are not allowed to install the Updates. The Licensor will not collect any personally identifiable information from your Client Device during this process of installing such technological measures but the activation of the Software may require you to enter such personally identifiable information and the collection and use of such information is governed by the Licensor's Privacy Policy, as updated from time to time, as found at http://www.print-driver.com/company/privacy_policy.html. 4. WARRANTIES AND DISCLAIMERS.

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4.1. Limited Warranty. The Licensor warrants that for sixty (60) days from the earlier of i) original purchase of the media (e.g. diskettes) on which the Product is contained, or ii) the date the Serial Number is provided to you by Licensor, the Product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship and that the Software will perform substantially in accordance with the Documentation or generally conform to the Product's specifications published by the Licensor. Nonsubstantial variations of performance from the Documentation do not establish a warranty right. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO TRIAL AND EVALUATION VERSIONS, UPDATES, PRE-RELEASE, TRYOUT, PRODUCT SAMPLER, OR NOT FOR RESALE (NFR) COPIES OF PRODUCT. To make a warranty claim, you must return the Product to the location where you obtained it along with proof of purchase within such sixty (60) day period of the license fee you paid for the Product. THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION. 4.2. Customer Remedies. The Licensor and its suppliers' entire liability and your exclusive remedy for any breach of the foregoing warranty shall be at the Licensor's option: (i) return of the purchase price paid for the license, if any, (ii) replacement of the defective media in which the Product is contained, or (iii) correction of the defects, "bugs" or errors within reasonable period of time. You must return the defective media to the Licensor at your expense with a copy of your receipt. This limited warranty is void if the defect has resulted from accident, abuse, or misapplication. Any replacement media will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period. Outside the United States, this remedy may not be available to the extent the Licensor is subject to restrictions under United States export control laws and regulations. 4.3. NO OTHER WARRANTIES. EXCEPT FOR THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY AND FOR ANY WARRANTY , , CONDITION, REPRESENTATION OR TERM TO THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE SAME CANNOT OR MAY NOT BE EXCLUDED OR LIMITED BY LAW APPLICABLE TO YOU IN YOUR JURISDICTION, THE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED "AS-IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY WHATSOEVER AND THE LICENSOR MAKES NO PROMISES, REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WHETHER BY STATUTE, COMMON LAW, CUSTOM, USAGE OR OTHERWISE, REGARDING OR RELATING TO THE PRODUCT OR CONTENT THEREIN OR TO ANY OTHER MATERIAL FURNISHED OR PROVIDED TO YOU PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE. YOU ASSUME ALL RISKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SELECTION OF THE PRODUCT TO ACHIEVE YOUR INTENDED RESULTS, AND FOR THE INSTALLATION OF, USE OF, AND RESULTS OBTAINED FROM THE PRODUCT. THE LICENSOR MAKES NO WARRANTY THAT THE PRODUCT WILL BE ERROR FREE OR FREE FROM INTERRUPTION OR FAILURE OR BUGS, OR THAT IT IS COMPATIBLE WITH ANY PARTICULAR HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, LICENSOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS, INTEGRATION, , SATISFACTORY QUALITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT AND THE ACCOMPANYING WRITTEN MATERIALS OR THE USE THEREOF. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. YOU HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE PRODUCT MAY NOT BE OR BECOME AVAILABLE DUE TO ANY NUMBER OF FACTORS INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION PERIODIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, SCHEDULED OR UNSCHEDULED, ACTS OF GOD, TECHNICAL FAILURE OF THE SOFTWARE, TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE, OR DELAY OR DISRUPTION ATTRIBUTABLE TO VIRUSES, DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACKS, INCREASED OR FLUCTUATING DEMAND, AND ACTIONS AND OMISSIONS OF THIRD PARTIES. THEREFORE, THE LICENSOR EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY REGARDING SYSTEM AND/OR SOFTWARE AVAILABILITY ACCESSIBILITY OR PERFORMANCE. THE LICENSOR DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL , , LIABILITY FOR THE LOSS OF DATA DURING ANY COMMUNICATIONS AND ANY LIABILITY ARISING FROM OR RELATED TO ANY FAILURE BY THE LICENSOR TO TRANSMIT ACCURATE OR COMPLETE INFORMATION TO YOU. 4.4. LIMITED LIABILITY; NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. YOU ASSUME THE ENTIRE COST OF ANY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM YOUR USE OF THE PRODUCT AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN OR COMPILED BY THE PRODUCT, AND THE INTERACTION (OR FAILURE TO INTERACT PROPERLY) WITH ANY OTHER HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE WHETHER PROVIDED BY THE LICENSOR OR A THIRD PARTY TO THE MAXIMUM . EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL THE LICENSOR OR ITS SUPPLIERS OR LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION, LOSS OF GOODWILL, WORK STOPPAGE, HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE DISRUPTION IMPAIRMENT OR FAILURE, REPAIR COSTS, TIME VALUE OR OTHER PECUNIARY LOSS) ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT, OR THE INCOMPATIBILITY OF THE PRODUCT WITH ANY HARDWARE SOFTWARE OR USAGE, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT WILL LICENSOR'S TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU FOR ALL DAMAGES IN ANY ONE OR MORE CAUSE OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY YOU FOR THE PRODUCT. THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL NOT APPLY TO LIABILITY FOR DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY TO THE EXTENT THAT APPLICABLE LAW PROHIBITS SUCH LIMITATION. FURTHERMORE, BECAUSE SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. 5. U.S. Government-Restricted Rights. 5.1. Notice to U.S. Government End Users. The Product and accompanying Documentation are deemed to be "Commercial Items", as that term is defined at 48 C.F.R. � 2.101, consisting of "Commercial Computer Software" and

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"Commercial Computer Software Documentation", respectively, as such terms are used in 48 C.F.R. � 12.212 or 48 C.F.R. � 227.7202, as applicable. Consistent with 48 C.F.R. � 12.212 or 48 C.F.R. �� 227.7202-1 through 227.7202-4, as applicable, the Commercial Computer Software and Commercial Computer Software Documentation are being licensed to U.S. Government end users (a) only as Commercial Items and (b) with only those rights, including any use, modification, reproduction, release, performance, display or disclosure of the Product and accompanying Documentation, as are granted to all other end users pursuant to the terms and conditions herein. Unpublished-rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. 5.2. Export Restrictions. You acknowledge and agree that the Product may be subject to restrictions and controls imposed by the Export Administration Act and the Export Administration Regulations of the United States (the "Acts"). You agree and certify that neither the Product nor any direct product thereof is being or will be used for any purpose prohibited by the Acts. You may not Operate, download, export, or re-export the Product (a) into, or to a national or resident of, any country to which the United States has embargoed goods, or (b) to anyone on the United States Treasury Department's list of Specially Designated Nationals or the U.S. Commerce Department's Table of Deny Orders. By downloading or using the Product, you are representing and warranting that you are not located in, under the control of, or a national or resident of any such country or on any such list. You acknowledge that it is your sole responsibility to comply with any and all government export and other applicable laws and that the Licensor has no further responsibility for such after the initial license to you. You warrant and represent that neither the U.S. Commerce Department, Bureau of Export Administration nor any other U.S. federal agency has suspended, revoked or denied your export privileges. 6. Your Information and the Licensor's Privacy Policy. 6.1. Privacy Policy. You acknowledge receipt of and agree to the Licensor's privacy statement which is made available to you in connection with installation and is set forth in full at http://www.print-driver.com/company/privacy_policy.html. You hereby expressly consent to the Licensor's processing of your personal data (which may be collected by the Licensor or its distributors) according to the Licensor's current privacy policy as of the date of the effectiveness hereof which is incorporated into this Agreement by reference. By entering into this Agreement, you agree that the Licensor may collect and retain information about you, including your name, email address and credit card information. The Licensor employs other companies and individuals to perform certain functions on its behalf. Examples include fulfilling orders, delivering packages, sending postal mail and e-mail, removing repetitive information from customer lists, analyzing data, providing marketing assistance, processing credit card payments, and providing customer service. They have access to personal information needed to perform their functions, but may not use it for other purposes. The Licensor publishes a privacy policy on its web site and may amend such policy from time to time in its sole discretion. You should refer to the Licensor's privacy policy prior to agreeing to this Agreement for a more detailed explanation of how your information will be stored and used by the Licensor. If "you" are an organization, you will ensure that each member of your organization (including employees and contractors) about whom personal data may be provided to the Licensor has given his or her express consent to the Licensor's processing of such personal data. Personal data will be processed by the Licensor or its distributors in the country where it was collected, and possibly in the United States and Germany. United States laws regarding processing of personal data may be less or more stringent than the laws in your jurisdiction. 6.2. Public Announcements. The Licensor may identify you to the public as a customer of the Licensor and describe in a customer case study the services and solutions delivered by the Licensor to you. The Licensor may also issue one or more press releases, containing an announcement of the execution and delivery of this Agreement and/or the implementation of the Product by you. Nothing contained in this Section 6.2 shall be construed as an obligation by you to disclose any of your proprietary or confidential information to any third party. In addition, you may opt-out from this Section 6.2 by writing an optout request to the Licensor at support@print-driver.com. 7. Miscellaneous. 7.1. Governing Law; Jurisdiction and Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia without reference to conflicts of law rules and principles. To the extent permitted by law, the provisions of this Agreement shall supersede any provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted or made applicable to the Products in any competent jurisdiction. This Agreement shall not be governed by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the application of which is expressly disclaimed and excluded. The federal and state courts within the Commonwealth of Virginia shall have exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate any dispute arising out of this Agreement. You agree that this Agreement is to be performed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and that any action, dispute, controversy, or claim that may be instituted based on this Agreement, or arising out of or related to this Agreement or any alleged breach thereof, shall be prosecuted exclusively in the federal or state courts in of the Commonwealth of Virginia and you, to the extent permitted by applicable law, hereby waive the right to change venue to any other state, county, district or jurisdiction; provided, however, that the Licensor as claimant shall be entitled to initiate proceedings in any court of competent jurisdiction. 7.2. Period for Bringing Actions. No action, regardless of form, arising out of the transactions under this Agreement, may be brought by either party hereto more than one (1) year after the cause of action has occurred, or was discovered to have occurred, except that an action for infringement of intellectual property rights may be brought within the maximum applicable statutory period. 7.3. Entire Agreement; Severability; No Waiver. This Agreement is the entire agreement between you and Licensor and

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License Agreement

supersedes any other prior agreements, proposals, communications or advertising, oral or written, with respect to the Product or to subject matter of this Agreement. You acknowledge that you have read this Agreement, understand it and agree to be bound by its terms. If any provision of this Agreement is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void, or unenforceable for any reason, in whole or in part, such provision will be more narrowly construed so that it becomes legal and enforceable, and the entire Agreement will not fail on account thereof and the balance of the Agreement will continue in full force and effect to the maximum extent permitted by law or equity while preserving, to the fullest extent possible, its original intent. No waiver of any provision or condition herein shall be valid unless in writing and signed by you and an authorized representative of Licensor provided that no waiver of any breach of any provisions of this Agreement will constitute a waiver of any prior, concurrent or subsequent breach. Licensor's failure to insist upon or enforce strict performance of any provision of this Agreement or any right shall not be construed as a waiver of any such provision or right. 7.4. Contact Information. Should you have any questions concerning this Agreement, or if you desire to contact the Licensor for any reason, please contact our Customer Department at support@print-driver.com.

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