How to export attachments to disk

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SWING PDF Converter is a software tool used to export Lotus Notes emails and documents into PDF files for archiving, sharing and web printing.

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How to export attachments to disk

  1. 1. How-To: Export attachments to disk Step 1. In the SWING PDF Converter database click PDF Settings in the administration menu and hit New PDF Setting.
  2. 2. How-To: Export attachments to disk Step 2. Enter the name of the PDF setting name and a short description of the setting. Then select Extract attachments to disk, optionally edit the remaining options and Save & Close.
  3. 3. How-To: Export attachments to disk The new setting is now available in the list of all PDF Settings.
  4. 4. How-To: Export attachments to disk Step 3. When you start a new conversion job now, you’ll find the newly created PDF settings in the Conversion settings menu and you can apply them to your conversion job.
  5. 5. How-To: Export attachments to disk When the conversion job completes, the PDFs will be saved on your hard disk and attachments will be saved in folders (a folder will be created for each PDF that would have otherwise contained embedded attachments)
  6. 6. What we have done:  We created a new PDF conversion profile and chose to have attachments exported to hard disk.  We applied the created conversion profile to a new conversion job, and viewed the created PDFs and attachment folders on the hard disk. Still to come... • How to reduce the PDF file size www.swingsoftware.com
  7. 7. What we have done:  We created a new PDF conversion profile and chose to have attachments exported to hard disk.  We applied the created conversion profile to a new conversion job, and viewed the created PDFs and attachment folders on the hard disk. Still to come... • How to reduce the PDF file size www.swingsoftware.com

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