This software doesn’t ask for more explanation. It can be used alongside the Universal Document Converter print driver to get all your documents into the batch process and pdf conversion. You can also use a virtual printer driver, for example, doPDF, etc.
Print Conductor IntroductionThe software has been built to automate the process of printing PDF files, images, text files, drawings, and several other documents that can be printed. The software is mostly used (and is suitable for) places that have a high flow of documents such as account departments, law firms, real estate companies, insurance companies, banks, medical centers, post offices and much more.
Salient Pros of Using Print ConductorOne of the best things that I liked about this product is its ease of usability and clean design. All you need to do to get the whole thing done is to add your documents to the printing list and click on “Start printing.” The majority of the times, almost 9 out of 10 times, you won’t be asked to configure the default settings. The documents would be printed in the right way without any configuration.
When it comes to configuration, you can play with a lot of settings such as:
- Configure to print either one page, or multiple copies of each of the document.
- Configure to print documents uncollated or by collating them.
- Use a unique cover page in order to separate files.
- Configure to print your documents either in fit to page option or in the original size.
- The printer tray can be chosen either manually or automatically, depending upon the size of the page.
- One can also choose whether he or she wants to print all of the pages, or a specific range of pages.
- Users can also print a report that contains a list of all printed file types alongside the number of sheets that have been used.
- The option to either auto rotate or auto fit the documents in landscape or portrait orientation.
The software as of now supports 78 file types which includes Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe PDF, open office, PNG, TFA, JPED, TIFF Images, HTML Files, RTF text files, Auto Cad, Solid Works, Visio drawings, MSG, EML, XML, MHT, XPS and the list goes on and on.
The software has a very specialized API system for developers, through which they can incorporate the features of the print conductor in the workflow of their company or their software.
The software as mentioned above is free of cost for non-commercial use, but the commercial license costs around $49. If any business purchases 5 or more than five licenses, the software also offers a discount. Check out this video for more understanding:
The Metro UIThe software has a very noticeable metro UI kind of look which would blend in with your system if you are using Windows 8 or above, but if you are still stuck with Windows 7 (like me), then this software would feel a bit premium to you.
This premium type feel isn’t limited to this software only. If you use any software that has metro UI on Windows 7, it feels premium on its own.
Adding files to this software is quite easy; you can either use the legendary file explorer or just drag and drop the files. When it comes to adding up files, the software couldn’t have made it easier.
Users can also import lists if they want to print the same batch of files each day.
ConclusionThe software is perfect batch printing solution for any company or office that has a high flow of documents. The point is, I am a blogger and thereby don’t have such a massive flow of papers at me.
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Well, I guess the usage might change from person to person.
If you have used this software in the past, leave down your comments below about your experience, and if you use any different software for the same purpose, tell me in the comments below.