Professional Batch Printing Software: Print PDF, Text and Image Files
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.
Bulk Printing Software Usage
3D printing is now available to middle school children, and it's hard to say if they or the NASA specialists trying to colonize the galaxy will be more successful in their projects. Another advancement is the dental practice which becomes less time consuming and, what is more important, less painful for patients thanks to 3D printing technologies.
Looks like everyone can benefit from printing innovations: from those living in the most remote areas of Africa who are in need of medical help to those who just want to look different in big cities purchasing 3D printed jewelry or 3D printed cars. “Ordinary” printing appears to be in the shade of 3D printing news, but developers are not standing still: learn how small a regular printer can get and how much it can do.
Print Conductor is the batch printing software that lets customers batch print PDF, HTML, text files, drawing, and images. The updated version has been enriched with new functionality and improvements, such as new Microsoft PowerPoint presentations printing component and optimized algorithm for PDF files printing.
In today's news digest we will try and teach you how to 3D print your own computer, brand new shoes and even mushrooms. Although they say that "old friends are better than new ones", who knows if this is true about 3D printed ones?
Why is the US Army trying to create 3D printed replicas of their soldiers in advance? What are the newest innovations in 3D printing in medicine? How to save time on cooking still enjoying the ready products? And how to get a real masterpiece for your home quickly and easily? Get answers to these questions from our news digest!
Discover the latest news in 3D printing: used in medicine it gives patients a second chance; students and even younger children tend to surpass older generations in their projects involving 3D printing. Also, learn about initiatives undertaken by “big players” in the field of 3D printing.
fCoder Group, Inc. has presented its newest version of Print Conductor – the software that is able to automate various printing tasks and can successfully print drawings. Print Conductor 4.6 offers automatic printing of Autodesk Inventor drawings and can print IDW, IPT, IAM and IPN files.
Batch printing of PDF files, text documents, images, CAD drawings, charts and presentations - this is the main task that Print Conductor solves. A new version of this software product can additionally automate printing of MHT files. DOCX and HTML files printing algorithms are also improved.
To print MHT, HTML and HTM files, Print Conductor software requires Microsoft NET Framework version 2.0 installed on the computer.
Print Conductor software lets the customers print text documents in batch mode. The new version of Print Conductor contains improvements in the Microsoft Word DOCX files printing algorithm.
List of awards received by Print Conductor on different software archives in the printing management software category.
Truro and Penwith College, UK
“With the demand to print from staff and student owned devices, it was decided to make available an easy email-to-print solution. With the help of 2Printer, we wrote our own solution which allowed us to create a solution to meet our requirements.”