Programmatically create PDF, PDF/A or Image files from any app that supports COM / .NET objects.
Neevia docCreator is a COM object / .NET component that can be used to generate PDF, PDF/A, TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PCX and PNG files from Visual Basic, C++, C#, Delphi, Java or any Windows 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 8, 2012, 10, 2016, 2019, 2022 application that supports COM objects or .NET components.
The operating systems listed here have been tested with Neevia docCreator and are officially supported:
|Monitor and convert files from multiple eMail accounts|
|Monitor and convert files from multiple input folders|
|Capture and convert print stream to PDF, PostScript, EPS, PNG, BMP, JPEG, PCX and TIFF|
|Unlimited number of conversions|
|High performance clustering support|
|Create PostScript / PDF files|
|Create PDF files with security (PDF Encryption)|
|Create TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PNG, TEXT, PCX files|
|Convert PostScript into PDF|
|Convert PDF/PostScript into TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PCX|
|Convert MS Word hyperlinks/headings to PDF links/bookmarks|
|Convert MS PowerPoint hyperlinks/headings to PDF links/bookmarks|
|Convert AutoCAD DWG files|
|Silent (unattended) install|
Neevia docCreator is one of the most flexible COM objects / .NET components that can be used to create PDF, PostScript, EPS, TEXT, TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PCX, PNG, PSD and PCL-XL files from Active Server Pages, Visual Basic, VB.NET, C++, C#, Delphi or any Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista/7/8, 2008, 2012 application that supports COM objects or .NET components.
To create a PDF / Image files with docCreator you have to integrate it into your application and use the print to PDF/Image capabilities.
Below are listed the main docCreator features:
PDF linearization is a way to optimize PDF files for more efficient viewing over the web. Pages are loaded faster and the user does not have to wait until the entire PDF file is uploaded by the browser.
Neevia currently offers only the English version of docCreator.
You can purchase docCreator online at http://www.neevia.com or via the Neevia Technology Sales Department at email@example.com. For online orders it may take up to 4 business hours to verify and email the licensing info.
docCreator is licensed per computer.
The cost of one license of docCreator is US$249. Discounted volume licensing is available - please see the complete pricelist or contact Neevia Technology Sales Department at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. We also offer discounted pricing for government and educational institutions.
Yes, Neevia Technology offers a competitive site-licensing program for docCreator. Please contact Neevia Technology Sales Department at email@example.com for more details on this type of licensing.
All Neevia products can be bought online or through a purchase order. The main delivery method is via download.
Software is non-refundable. All Neevia products can be fully tested before purchase.
Free support for the first year is available to all Neevia customers. Our support department can be reached by submitting a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Telephone support is also available - to reach our support department call (954) 893-9343 - 9AM to 5PM EST.
We will respond and solve all technical support issues within two business hours (9AM to 5PM EST). This response time may vary depending on the nature of each issue submitted.
An evaluation version of docCreator can be downloaded from our website - DOWNLOAD.
The evaluation version is a fully functional copy of the licensed product. Files created using the evaluation version will contain a "trial" watermark on every page.
No. All you need to do is register the docCreator with the registration info sent to you after the purchase. This process is fully documented in the docCreator User's Manual.
Here are the things you should consider:
Make sure that the user account you are calling docCreator from has printer management permissions (by default only local admins have this permission).
As a workaround you can use the docCreator DCOM interface (instead of the COM) and specify the user account it should run in:
If you want to stop monitoring the print events in the system log, add to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Providers registry key the following entry:
There is no need to reboot, but you will have to stop and restart the Print spooler service.
By default, docCreator will set the page size to the MediaBox. Some PDF files, however, have a CropBox that is smaller than the MediaBox and may include white space, registration or cutting marks outside the CropBox. To force docCreator use the CropBox rather than the MediaBox set the following docCreator property UseCropBox=true.
First make sure that the PDF file you are trying to stamp is not encrypted (password protected). If it's not make sure that StampX and StampY properties are within page size limits. Also try to set Watermark=0 - this will force docCreator to place the watermark / stationery on top of the page content (if the document you are trying to stamp has a non-transparent background and you set Watermark=1 the watermark will not be visible as it will be covered by the non-transparent background).