Programmatically Unlock the Contents
of Your PDF Documents
- Rich content conversion from PDF to Word
- Only requires as little as 3 lines of code
- Works with many programming languages
- Unlimited multi-threading
easyConverter SDK allows
programmers to convert Adobe® Acrobat® compatible PDF documents
to Microsoft® Word compatible RTF files. These
Word compatible files can then be edited, modified or mined for text,
graphics, tables and lists.
Easy To Implement
A few simple lines of code allows programmers to build robust,
scalable, multi-threaded enterprise class applications :
1: EasyConverterLib::IPDF2WordPtr pConvObj = NULL;
3: pConvObj->ConvertToWord (InputFileName,OutputFileName,Password,From,To);
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Rich Content Conversion
BCL easyConverter SDK's PDF2Word API authentically maintains
the contents of the PDF files when converted into Word compatible
RTF files, including:
- Fonts. PDF fonts are mapped to the appropriate
Word fonts with style, size and kerning to make accurate
- Multi-Column pages. Single and multi-column
pages are converted to equivalent structures with text flow
preserved to facilitate editing.
- Tables. PDF tables with and without PDF
table structures are detected and converted to Word tables
- Lists. List are detected and converted
automatically to lists in Word.
- Graphics. Graphics are converted authentically
and placed accurately on the page.
- Page Fitting. Fonts and formatting are
adjusted to make PDF page content fit on RTF page.
Works with Many Programming Languages
By putting easyConverter SDK's PDF2Word API in a fully compliant
COM Object wrapper, BCL allows programmers to create, manipulate,
and modify PDF documents from any language that supports COM Objects.
Languages that can access BCL’s COM Object based easyConverter
- ASP and ASP.NET (running in Web Server)
- Java (using Java COM bridge)
- Python (requires PythonWin)
- Visual Basic.NET
- Visual C# .NET
- Visual C++ 6.0
- Visual Basic 6.0
- Any programming language that supports COM Object, ActiveX,
- A COM Object bridge may be used with languages that don’t
have native COM Object support.