What is a PDF virtual printer?

A virtual PDF printer allows you to create PDF files from any other format. It is possible to convert a file into PDF simply by opening it with the relative program (wordprocessor, spreadsheet, text editor ..) and printing it as you would normally print it, except that instead of selecting a hardware printer you select the virtual PDF printer. This effectively creates a PDF version of the file that we printed via the virtual PDF printer. With this procedure, you can convert virtually any type of file to PDF format.

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PDFsam Survey

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we created a short survey to help us better understand your needs and where to focus our energy. If you spare 5 minutes please help us answering few questions, Thanks!

PDFsam Basic 4.1.4 released

We just released the version 4.1.4 of PDFsam Basic. In this release we upgraded the bundled JDK to the latest Adopt OpenJDK 11.0.8, we have updated Sejda to its latest version with few bug fixes. We also updated the translations and fixed few bugs.
You can get it from the download page.
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PDFsam Visual 2.1.7 released

We just released the new version 2.1.7 of PDFsam Visual. We fixed a couple of bugs related to the Open Folder button that wasn’t always working as expected. It also now always open the Explorer window in foreground.
You can download it from the download page.
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PDFsam Basic 4.1.2 with Mac notarization

We just released the new PDFsam Basic 4.1.2. The main goal for this release was to provide a notarized .dmg package for MacOS so we did that (and it wasn’t really straightforward). We also upgraded Sejda and SAMBox, the underlying PDF engines, to their latest versions. We fixed few bugs in there and we improved the merge of AcroForms in some edge cases.
You can get it from the download page.
Enjoy!

PDFsam Visual 2.1.4 is out

Hi,
we just released the new PDFsam Visual. In this version we updated the PDF engine with few bug fixes and improvements, we fixed an issue in Merge and Alternate Mix with encrypted files, we added a new checkbox to the Extract Pages to let the task generate separate files for each selected page set. We also finally notarized the MacOS .dmg so that Catalina doesn’t scare the users away anymore.
As usual you can get it from the download page.
Enjoy!