macOS – BatchOutput PDF 2.2.23

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Product Announcement – Zevrix Solutions of Toronto (ON) Canada has released BatchOutput PDF 2.2.23, a maintenance update to its PDF printing automation solution for Mac. The software allows users to print PDF files from watched hot folders, saving the time and effort of opening and printing each document manually.

The new version makes BatchOutput PDF compatible with the recently released macOS Sierra and is offered as a free update to licensed users. The updated also fixes an issue in which blank pages could be printed under some rare conditions.

With BatchOutput PDF users only need to drop their PDF files into watched hot folders – and the software will print the documents automatically using the hot folder settings. For example, the app can generate hot folders for color and black-and-white printers, specific paper sizes, duplex modes, various color profiles and other controls.

BatchOutput PDF offers reliable, robust and affordable solution for users of any trade, whether it’s print, publishing, legal offices, education or financial sector:

  • Batch print PDF files automatically from watched hot folders
  • Create presets for various print settings
  • Work with other programs while BatchOutput PDF prints in the background
  • Specify password for encrypted PDFs
  • Save time and hassle of printing each PDF manually

In addition to the single-user version of the program, Zevrix also offers BatchOutput PDF Server that can serve unlimited users on a network.

BatchOutput PDF can be purchased from Zevrix website for $24.95 USD (Server version $99.95), as well as from Mac App Store and authorized resellers. The update is free for licensed users of version 2. Trial is also available for download. BatchOutput PDF supports Mac OS X 10.5-10.12.

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