What do you want to use PDF Creator Pilot for?

We try to make PDF Creator Pilot as useful as possible for you. We add new features, fulfill requests, and fix bugs. Now we need your help. Please tell us what you use (or want to use) PDF Creator Pilot for. This information will help us to make PDF Creator Pilot even better for you.

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  1. We want to use PDF creator to be able to customize product flyers to contain each of our dealers contact information. We would like for our dealers to be able to log on and do this as an on-line tool which will run on an ASP host server. Ideally, they would fill out a form with their contact info, and the tool would generate the various flyers in PDF format with their specific contact info placed in the correct place, which they could then save and later take to a printer to have copies made for distribution.

    This would save us the time to edit and create the flyers individually for each of our dealers.

    It seems that PDF Creator Pilot can do this (with some configuration).


    • L.Delaveau on August 6, 2008 at 4:01 am

    We want to use PDF creator Pilot to convert Document (.DOC) to PDF format. We need a library to perform this work and not an external application (like your Document2PDF pilot). We want to convert Document to PDF in a transparent way for the user of our product and without having to install any other application even free software like PDFCreator, or PDFMaker. We want to add this as a library to our product and distribut it. Is there any possibility to use the Document2PDF pilot as a library? Do you have any suggestion to resolve this problem?


    • Moris on November 1, 2008 at 7:49 am

    hii i need to add the pdf data to the rich edit control(support rtf format) in vc++ application ..how should i do this?
    should i convert pdf data to rtf format and vise versa or use another method?

    • RIch on November 4, 2008 at 3:27 pm

    I need to convert a text file to pdf format very fast from a 14000 page text file. And I need all dashes converted to a line. What can you do for me? Thanks,

    • Gary Simonelli on December 11, 2008 at 2:04 pm

    I would like to be able to back fill a PDF forms text fields, radio buttons, etc… with data from a database and open the form.

    • trew on December 22, 2008 at 12:01 pm

    This would save me the time to edit and create the flyers individually for each of my dealers

  2. We are using the licensed version of the software PDFCreatorPilot3 and HTML2PDFAddon. But recently we have noticed that this is not resolving the .htm documents exactly. Our clients create the document templates in word which is actually a html file. when the documents are produced from the templates they archive it as pdf. And we have tried to achieve this using the HTML2PDFAddon. I can send you the pseudo code and the sample file .


    • Tracy on September 11, 2009 at 6:08 am

    We use it to create PDF’s on demand from our web-based business applications. We build web-based applications like invoicing, time registration, stock control, CRM etc. etc. for MS-Access and MS SQL Server and now we can do it even faster with 2 Pilots PDF Creator!

    • Ruben on January 3, 2011 at 1:53 pm


    We would love PDFCreatorPilot could help us validate PDF documents, at least discarding those which don’t embed all required fonts or those which contain images which are below a given resolution or in RGB instead of CMYK. Those two problems are the most common ones we usually face at our business.

    As a xmas wish, PDF-X/1a validation would be great,

    I hope you find it interesting too.

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