Frequently Asked Questions
How to create text from image-based PDF using easyConverter SDK's OCR
Please refer to our user manual on how to use the OCR.
It produces PDF that is visually identical to the image-based PDF and contains invisible text over the image. This allows you to select the text while preserving the PDF's look and feel.
When should I use Symbol font in converting PDF to HTML with easyConverter SDK?
SymbolFontToUnicode is a new property added in easyConverter SDK 4 HTML. When creating an HTML file from PDF, it is generally not recommended to use the Symbol font, because Symbol is a Windows Exclusive Font. Other operating systems, such as Mac or various Smart Phones, do not have the Symbol Font, and thus it will not be correctly displayed. By setting this property to true, BCL’s easyConverter SDK will automatically translate the Symbol font in the PDF into Time New Roman in the HTML, which all operating systems can display.
Some cases that may cause incorrect character mapping
- The PDF is created by scanning a document.
- Fonts are not properly embedded in the PDF.
- The conversion server doesn't have the necessary font during conversion.
- The encoding was lost during PDF conversion.
We will need to analyze your actual documents to know for sure. Please contact us with the document(s) attached.
Using easyConverter SDK
The easyConverter SDK Objects are a group of COM objects which
contain the functionality to convert PDF to Word files. What
All of BCL's COM Objects can be accessed from a variety of programming
environments. This section shows the basics of COM Objects and
how to access them. If you are already familiar with using COM
Objects, skip to Sample Code to get started right away. Using
easyConverter SDK Objects.
Requesting a Trial Extension
We also provide a trial license key to extend the evaluation
period. Use our support form to request
Trial Extension key.
SDK (HTML Version)