/LANGID 1031 (German)
/LANGID 1033 (English)
/LANGID 1036 (French)
/profile [profilename] [filename] (processes the specified file using the profile selected)
/[filename] (processes the specified file using the profile last selected or the current profile)
/SILENT or /S (processes the specified file in silent mode. The PdfGrabber exports the files in the background and is then subsequently closed).
/show (opens the exported documents once the export process has been successfully completed)
/pages [“Page range”] (exports the specified pages/page ranges, e.g., /pages “1,3-5;12”)
/pass [“password”] (allows a password to be entered provided this is necessary to open or export a PDF file)
You can also test the parameters with the demo version, e.g., simply enter c:\Program\PdfGrabber\PdfGrabber.exe /profile [profilename] [filename] in the input window. You can replace [profilename] with the profile name of your choice (possibly in “”), and [filename] with the document to be exported (path + name).
/output [“DIRECTORY”] Saves the exported files in the directory stated as opposed to the folder specified by the profile.
/outfilename [“FILENAME”] Saves the exported file under the given file name. This allows the output file name to be determined in deviation from the original PDF file name.
/move [“DIRECTORY”] Moves the edited file to the directory stated.
Furthermore, the PdfGrabber also offers control functions via the COM interface (Windows-Edition). The COM interface definition is in PdfGrabber.exe and can be integrated into your development environment via a type libraries import. These functions are not available in the Standard version, the user must therefore have a Professional version license.
You can also use the “Monitored Folder” function with all versions in order to control the PdfGrabber through an external application. For each profile you can define a folder which is monitored by PdfGrabber. As soon as a new file is saved to this folder, the export process is launched and the file is then saved to the output directory which you specify. You can specify the parameters for this function under profile options.