Creating PDFs with Docsvault PDF

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Creating PDFs with Docsvault PDF

Converting to PDF

 

Docsvault provides a PDF printer that allows you to create a PDF document from any application running under Windows and store in it's cabinet. It appears on your system like any standard printer driver after you install Docsvault. When printing a document, selecting Docsvault PDF  from printer name, routes it to Docsvault's PDF printer instead of physical printer.

 

To convert a document into PDF format
 

From the main menu of any application, select Print from File menu to display the Print dialog box as shown below:

Now from the Printer Name, select Docsvault PDF.

After performing other settings, click on OK as you do while conventional printing process.

In Docsvault navigation dialog box, select a location to which you want to save the PDF file. By default the name of the PDF file is same as that of the original document. You may provide a different 'File Name' and  click on Save button.

 

Docsvault will convert the document into a PDF and automatically will open Import files and folders dialog box displaying the document in the Document Viewer.

 

Select the Profile and enter the index values to associate with the document

 

Select the Folder Section from the list box. Note that the Folder Sections will be available only if it has been set on the destination folder.

 

In Description text box, enter the brief description for the document.

 

Click Import button. This will convert and store the document in PDF format at the selected location in Docsvault.

 

 

 

note Note:

You can use Docsvault PDF Editor to view, edit and annotated files imported into Docsvault using the Print to Docsvault PDF Driver. For more information, refer Working with Annotation under Working with Docsvault PDF Editor section.

 

 


See also

Importing Documents:

Using Import Docs

Scanning Interface

Using Window Explorer

Using Send To option

Filing Documents from Filing Area

Importing a New Version

Using Drag and Drop

Using Copy and Paste

MS Office Integration