|Grow Editor Size automatically||The Editor Box for the MultpleLine Text will grow if the text is outside the box.|
|Shrink Editor Size automatically||The Editor Box for the MultpleLine Text will shrink if the text is too far from the bottom of the box.|
|Smart Positioning (Flashing Blue Line)||As it is ON, a flashing blue line is used to align objects both horizontally and vertically. See details here.|
|Show Warning when Delete||As it is ON, warning messaging is displayed when each object is deleted.|
|Show Saving PDF Options||As it is ON, the dialog for PDF Saving Options is displayed.|
|Save New PDF When Saving Project File||
As it is ON,
the new PDF will be saved after the project
If you are evaluating PDFill before you buy, you must save PDFill project for later editing.
|Show Font Warning when Comment Text is used||
A warning when
you use the Commenting text for the first
|Saving File Ending||
default string to be added to the saved PDF file name.
|Resume Last Project on Opening||If set, the last project will be resumed when PDFill PDF Editor is open.|
|Curve Sampling Milliseonds||The time period in milliseconds between points when you draw a curve. The higher value, the less points will be taken into a curve.|
|Always scan into a new blank PDF||When scan a new paper form into PDFill, a new blank PDF is used.|
|Warn to Save Project in Min||If set, there is automatic warning message to ask the user to save the project file in the selected minutes.|
|Scan using WIA instead of TWAIN Method||
Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) is the still image acquisition
platform by Microsoft.
a standard software protocol and applications programming interface
(API) that regulates communication between software applications and
imaging devices such as scanners and digital cameras.
If you have Scanner "Server Busy" Problem when using TWAIN method, check this option to use WIA scanning method.
|Deskew Angle Range||Specify the working (deskew) range in degrees. Low values enhance performance. For example, specifying 30 Skew will scan the image searching for pixels inside a range of -15 to 15 degrees. Angle Range can be from 1 to 90. The default is 30. See details here.|
|Deskew using Automatic Angle Detection||It automatically checks if the PDF page is skewed, then corrects the skewed PDF page using a special algorithm. It works only with the scanned text-print image. See details here.|
|Deskew Sampling Skip||Sampling skip means that only a fraction of the submitted lots are inspected. This mode of sampling is of the cost-saving variety in terms of time and effort. The range can be from 0 to 20. The default is 3. See details here.|
|Page Units||5 units Options: Inches ("), Points (pt), Picas (pc), Millimeters (mm) and Centimeters (cm).|
|Page Display Style||3 styles for the page background: Blue Gradient Style, Adobe Reader Style, Microsoft Office Style|
|Text Editor's White Space: Show/Hide||Select it to see the space or new line character inside the text editor box. It will not show on the PDF output.|
|Text Editor Color or Transparent||If checked, select a
color of the text editor when editing;
If unchecked, the editor is transparent.
Office 2007 Frame
|Style for Menu and Toolbar Themes: Microsoft Office XP, Office 2003, Office 2000, Native XP, Visual Studio 2005, Office 2007 Theme, Office 2007 Ribbon Theme, or Office 2007 Frame|
|Show Page Grid||Show grid lines on PDF Page|
|Default Zoom Selection||The default zoom level when a PDF document is opened inside PDFill Window: Fit in Window, Actual Size (100%) and Fit Width|
|Simple GUI for PDF Form Filler||
The tool bar
mode will be switched to normal. All the
toolbars except Standard and View Toolbars
This is good for the fillable PDF Form Filling. All the PDF Editing Toolbars are not available.
|Use Tabbed Toolbar Mode||Tabbed Toolbars
contain all the functionality of normal toolbars however Tabbed
toolbars eliminate the need for 9 toolbars to be crowded by
organizing them into a single Tabular Toolbar. The contents of
a toolbar can be accessed simply by clicking on its tab. Tabbed
toolbars are not only easy to use, but they increase the usable view
If this toolbar mode is changed, you must exit and restart PDFill window to see the effect.
|Toolbar's Icon Size||The icon size inside toolbar: 16 x 16 point, 24 x 24 point and 32 x 32 point.|
|Hide the following Toolbars under Normal (Non Tabbed) Toolbar Mode||The following toolbars can be hidden under Normal (Non Tabbed) Toolbar Mode: Standard, Document, View, Format, Forms, Comment, Draw, Align, Ink and Status|
3. PDF Form
|Show PDF Form Field's Name||As it is on, show each PDF Form Field name inside the field box.|
|Show warning if NO PDF Form Field||When a PDF form with no interactive PDF form field is read into PDFill, a warning message is displayed to help the user.|
|Show Form Field' Tab Order||As it is on, the tab order is shown to see the tab order of PDF Form Field.|
|Use Default Whiteout Color as Fill Color||As it is on, the new PDF Form Field is created with fill color using the default Whiteout Color.|
|Show the Hidden Original Form Field||If checked, the original form field with the Hidden property will be shown.|
|Edit the Read-Only Original Form Field||If checked, the original form field with Read-Only property will be edited.|
|Use AutoFill After Reading PDF Form||When a PDF document with interactive PDF Form is first read into PDFill, some PDF form fields will be filled automatically if their names are exactly listed under the AutoFill Table of Names and Values.|
|Edit the AutoFill List||
Click to see
the following dialog. See details in
|Check Box's Default Shape||The default shape for the check box: Cross, Check and Radio button.|
|Default Text Field Name||The default field name for a new Text Field.|
|Show Form Field's Fill Color inside PDFill||If set, the background color of the form field will be shown on the PDFill page.|
|Form 's Display Color inside PDFill||Change the display color for the Form field. Note that the the display color on PDFill page is the mixture of your selected color and the original PDF background color. So, the display color looks different from your selected color.|
4. Default Value
|Default Font Encode, Font Name, Style, Size and Color||
It is effective when
PDFill is started. You may need to close and open
The Unicode package (2000/XP/2003/Vista in 32/64 bit) almost supports all the languages: ANSI, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, BALTIC, EASTEUROPE, OEM, MAC, RUSSIAN, SYMBOL, TURKISH, GREEK, ARABIC, HEBREW, THAI and VIETNAMESE.
The 98/ME package only supports Western Language Encoding: English, Germany, French, Spanish and more.
Here are the tips for the international user:
1. Select your language coding (Default Font Encode) from PDFill Options. You may try to select a different font (Default Font Size) to see if it works. Some font may be empty.
2. To have your font, please make sure that you can view your language in IE browser. Please install your language font if you cannot find your language coding.
3 . Download the Asian and
Central European font packs for your Adobe Reader:
These two packages are available at www.pdfill.com/download.html.
|Default Whiteout Color||The default
whiteout color to cover the original PDF area and insert
Hide Property Dialog: When the user use the Whiteout feature, the property dialog will be hidden.
|Default Highlight Color||The default
Highlight color to highlight the original PDF area and insert
The default Transparency for the highlight.
Hide Property Dialog: When the user use the Highlight feature, the property dialog will be hidden.
|Default Hyperlink||The default URL.
Here are some examples:
mailto:email@example.com?subject=my firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com&body=type body line here
|Current User||Its full name and company Name are used by Dynamic Stamp|
when Microsoft Outlook is launched:
Show PDF File Name on Subject
Show PDF File Name on Body Text
Default Receiver Name and Email
|Use Tablet Mode for Non-Ink PDFill Objects||Check this if you want to create and edit non-ink PDFill Objects using a tablet PC.|
|Selection Diameter||The diameter of selection is ranged from 6 pixels to 30 pixels. Since the selection by mouse in PC is more accurate than the selection by finger on a touch PC's screen, the default is 12 pixels for the normal PC and 24 pixels for tablet mode.|
|Show Cursor inside Selection Circle||The arrow sign is shown inside the selection circle.|
|Use Tabbed Toolbar Mode/Toolbar's Icon Size||When the tablet mode is used, the tabbed toolbar and bigger icon size are set as default. See details in View|
6. PDF Ink
|Ink Resolution (dpi)||Ink resolution defines the image quality when ink objects is saved into PDF as image objects. The default is 150 dpi.|
|Support Pressure-Sensitive Pen||Whether to avoid varying the thickness of ink with pressure data (ON) or not (OFF). Hardware is required to have this function.|
|Auto Smooth Free Hand to Straight lines||Auto Smooth Free Hand to Straight lines if the stroke curve is close to a vertical or horizontal lines.|
|Fit to Bezier Curves||Whether ink is rendered as a series of straight lines (OFF) or Bezier curves (ON).|
|Support Antialiasing||Anti-aliasing refers to a number of techniques to combat the problems of aliasing.|
|Pen's Ink Color||The color used to draw ink. The default color is Blue in Pen Mode.|
|Pen's Ink Shape, Width, Height or Diameter||The style of ink tip used to draw: Ball or Rectangle. Width and Height specify the thickness of ink when using the rectangle ink tip; Diameter specifies the thickness of ink when using the ball ink tip. The default shape in Pen Mode is Ball with 1 point in Diameter.|
|Marker's Ink Color||The color used to draw ink. The default color is Red in Marker Mode.|
|Marker's Ink Shape, Width, Height or Diameter||The style of ink tip used to draw: Ball or Rectangle. Width and Height specify the thickness of ink when using the rectangle ink tip; Diameter specifies the thickness of ink when using the ball ink tip. The default shape in Marker Mode is Rectangle with 4 points in Width, 8 points in Height.|
|Highlighter's Ink Color||The color used to draw ink. The default color is Yellow in Highlighter Mode.|
|Highlighter's Ink Shape, Width, Height or Diameter||The style of ink tip used to draw: Ball or Rectangle. Width and Height specify the thickness of ink when using the rectangle ink tip; Diameter specifies the thickness of ink when using the ball ink tip. The default shape in Highlighter Mode is Rectangle with 6 points in Width, 12 points in Height.|
|Adobe Reader||Adobe Reader's version and its installation path. Get update.|
|Temp File Keep Days||When the PDF file is loaded into PDFill, it is converted into images and saved under the temp folder. When the project is resumed, there is no need to make this conversion. But, the temp file takes the disk space. So, it will be deleted if it is more than this period.|
|PDF Page Display inside PDFill||
Display PDF Page
onto Screen directly
|Page Image Memory Factor: When 0, the least memory is used to display the PDF Page. When 10, the max memory is used.|
Convert PDF Page
|Page Resolution (dpi): The resolution in dpi is used as the PDF page is converted into images inside PDFill. The higher dpi, the better resolution to display inside PDFill. But, the higher dpi will result in slower speed and bigger temporary file size. The edited PDF is NOT related to the dpi. It is always in business quality PDF.|
|Large Image Display Reduction Cap (Million Pixels)||Large Image Display Reduction Cap to display image-intensive pages. For example, when a 10.0M image is inserted into a PDF, it may be displayed slowly inside PDFill. If 1.0M Cap is selected, only a 1.0M image will be displayed inside PDFill. But, the image inside the new PDF will be still the original 10.0M image.|
|Open Folder Automatically after saving PDF||After the new PDF is generated, the folder with PDF will be open automatically.|
|Open PDF file Automatically by Adobe Reader||After the new PDF is generated, the new PDF is open automatically by Adobe Reader.|
|Script File for Batch Error||When there is error from Batch Command, the error message is saved into this file instead of pop up.|
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