doPDF 7 won't be developed anymore so we're not going to release a .NET version for it.
However, Windows 7/8 already come with .NET pre-installed so this shouldn't be an inconvenience.
Search found 1498 matches
We're working now to have it where if you send a custom size to doPDF, it will print exactly that size. So this means that whatever form it receives from the original program it will keep.
In version 8 there are a lot of new predefined sizes compared to version 7, so we removed the temporary custom page size feature - we'll consider adding it back in the next version.
- Mon May 26, 2014 10:26 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: contradiction re requiring .NET
- Replies: 3
- Views: 3010
Yes, doPDF 8 now requires .NET and it needs that mainly due to the integration with the addins for Microsoft Office. You can avoid .NET by using version 7, right now there aren't incompatibilities with the existing OS - the downside is you don't get the add-ins for Microsoft office and the automatic...
- Mon May 26, 2014 10:21 am
- Forum: Troubleshooting
- Topic: dopdf doesnot convert excel to pdf in windows 8
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1969
If it doesn't show up in the list of printers it means the installation didn't complete correctly, so please uninstall the program (from Control Panel - Uninstall a program) and try re-installing it.
That's true, it installs a service and uses it for the conversion. However, only during a conversion it uses CPU and memory, when you're not doing one it uses 0% cpu (and memory around 3MB).