Develop with PDF Printer
You can controll all the settings in the GUI from the API. All editions of the PDF Printer comes with a full API for controlling all the settings. You do not need to get a special developer edition before you start programming.
Hide or show dialogs to the user. Modify the existing dialogs by hiding controls or tabs. You can even create your own user interface from scratch. This is probably the most flexible PDF printer you can find.
Many features have been added over the years. Today, the PDF Printer is one of the most feature rich solutions on the market. Append, merge, sign, encrypt, upload, multiple instances, paper sizes, attachments, and much more.
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Programmers can control settings in the printer using a comprehensive API. This API can be access via COM, Microsoft.NET, or the command line.
All user input can be automated and the dialogs that are normally shown during printing can be hidden.
Works with IIS
Examples can show you how to create PDF documents from ASP.NET running under Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS).
You can automatically upload the created documents using FTP or Secure SFTP. Both passwords and certificates can be used for authentication of client and server.
Up to date
You can use the PDF Printer with the latest Microsoft Windows version for both clients and servers.
With the proper license, you can redistribute the PDF Printer with your own applicaton.
White-label and OEM
Get a white-label PDF printer with your own branding for highly customized distribution.
Custom User Interface
Use your own user interface. You can disable the built in user interface and use your own executable instead.
Encrypt your documents using simple 40-bit and 128-bit encryption. You can also step up your security and use modern AES 128/256-bit encryption.
Digital signing of documents is supported with cost efficient certificates. These certificates can be stored in files or the Windows certificate store.
You will find that the printer has good support for commonly used architectural paper sizes. Custom paper sizes can also be created if you need it.
Personal computers or large print servers can host multiple instances of the printer. Each one can be configured with individual settings for specific use.
Commonly used settings for PDF creation can be saved as options sets. Users can have individual option sets or share them.
The print job can be merged with other print jobs on the go. You can merge existing documents in front of or after the print job.
Print on Letterheads
Specify a PDF with a letterhead and print on top of it. You can print on top of existing documents or overlay PDF documents.
Append to Existing PDF
Print to the PDF printer and append to an existing document. Keep adding your prints and build the final document from multiple print jobs.
Our happy users
At RecordQuest, we use Bullzip at one of our large clients in a print server environment.
We have over one hundred virtual printers installed on the server and configured individually
for each user. No other PDF printer we have tried has as many options and is as easy to
configure as Bullzip. One of the features I like most is that the configuration happens
through simple text files. This makes it extremely easy to control in an environment with many
users or where you want to script the setup. When we had questions about options or ran into
issues, Bullzip's support not only responded quickly but was extremely knowledgeable.
We rarely run into issues though. It works as intended and is very reliable. We couldn't be
happier to have discovered this flexible and well-performing software. The value we're getting
from Bullzip greatly exceeds the cost. I wholeheartedly recommend Bullzip for your enterprise
PDF printing needs.
- Ideal for home use.
- Increased productivity.
- Good value for money.
- Ideal for business use.
- Advanced features.
- Best value for money.
- Best for legal documents.
- Enterprise grade features.
- Super advanced use.
Still not sure?
We have a list of all the features and a comparison between
the different editions.