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Paths to the pdfToolbox user folder

The following paths are the folders for callas pdfToolbox Server 8: Windows CLI: %APPDATA%\callas software\callas pdfToolbox CLI 8 %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\callas software\callas pdfToolbox CLI...

Requirements for conversions to PDF

pdfToolbox and pdfaPilot offer the possibility to convert several file formats to PDF. Click on the product you would like to use for conversions:

Questions on archiving PDF print files with PDF/A and PDF/X

Question: In which ISO format is print data best archived? Answer: As PDF/A is rather emphatic and distinctive about assuring long-term reproducibility or reutilization of PDFs, the print data that...

Questions on pdfToolbox: Warning "Invalid Compact Font"

Question: What does the error message “Corrupt Font. Invalid Compact Font” that arises in Acrobat after creating a preflight or inventory report mean? Answer: Some 3rd party plug-ins like PitStop...

Questions on command-line modules

Question: Can callas software command-line versions also be downloaded directly from the site? Answer: Yes. On Mac or Windows, download the server version of the product - this will include the CLI...

General questions on callas software products

Question: What is the target user group of the callas software pdfToolbox products? Answer: pdfToolbox Desktop is targeted towards people who want to manually inspect or correct PDF files. It can be...

DeviceLink Add-on for pdfToolbox Server

The callas DeviceLink Add-on Server enables you to perform conversions via the supplied DeviceLink profiles. It is a locked option of the callas pdfToolbox Server and therefore not available as a separate download. To activate it - a...

Integrated DeviceLink profiles

Definition This is a special variant of ICC profiles that maps a color conversion directly from the source to the target in ONE profile. Each color of the source color space is hence directly mapped to a specific color of the...

List of integrated DeviceLink profiles in pdfToolbox

RGB to CMYK

How can I convert PostScript files to PDF using pdfToolbox Server?

Background In pdfToolbox Server 5 there was a specific action that could be selected to convert PostScript (or EPS) files into PDF with specific PDF Settings. Because of the different way pdfToolbox Server 7 works, this...
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