PDFClerk Pro can export to PDF in a number of different ways.
comprises all pages in the document. This is the standard export method that can be accessed from the Export menu.
exports the document as a series of PDF documents, each holding a number of pages taken sequentially from the PDFClerk Pro document’s contents. The Sheets Per Document setting specifies how many sheets (in non imposed mode this is equivalent to pages) to assemble into each produced PDF document. A value of one will create single sheet/page PDF documents for each page or sheet (if the layout is imposed at the time of export) in the PDFClerk Pro document. The Use Source Name For File Name option, when selected, directs PDFClerk Pro to use the source name of the first page in each export group as the basis for the exported document’s file name. When this option is not selected, the PDFClerk Pro’s document title is used as the basis for the exported document’s file name.
separates the even and odd pages in the PDFClerk Pro document and exports each group as a single PDF document, resulting in two saved PDF document files.
explodes each page in the document to a file on disk as a bitmap representation of either of type TIFF, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG or JPEG2000 at the specified resolution, with the choice of drawing or excluding the page background.
exports the complete PDF page text from the document to an RTF format document. Note that this does not include text in any kind of annotations.
similar to the Single File option, with the difference that only the pages selected in the page list, or the sheets selected in the sheet list, in case of an active imposition, are exported.