Professional Batch Printing Software
Print Conductor is a simple batch printing utility. If you regularly have to open and print a large number of files, this elegant tool can be a real timesaver. Once you tell it which files to print, Print Conductor automates the rest of the process.
Print Conductor is easy to use. Create a list of files to be printed. All sorts of formats are supported: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, Publisher), Autodesk AutoCAD, HTML, SVG, etc.
Print Conductor supports exporting file lists, which is helpful if the same files will be printed again later. After creating the list, select the printer you want to use. Any installed printer, including virtual printers, may be selected. The only thing left to do is click a button to start the print job.
Batch Mode Document Printing
The new updated version of Print Conductor – version 4.4 has been released by its developers - fCoder Group, Inc. The program is enriched with a number of new features and file formats, including, but not limited to printing XML and SolidWorks documents in batch mode.
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List of awards received by Print Conductor on different software archives in the printing management software category.
Systems Manager in University of Illinois at Chicago, DSCC
“Faced with printing nearly a thousand of our agency's Word and Excel forms to test on a potential new printer, one of the boards I was reading through suggested using Print Conductor since the "select a list in Explorer, then right-click-print" function kept failing for me. So, I gave it a chance. If I could use expletives here, followed by the word "FANTASTIC!" I would. Simply put, this has made a tedious, nightmare task as slick as it could possibly be. Thank you guys for creating an amazing product and filling a need the Redmond folks should have had for us all along. Serious life saver!”