You can use PDF to DXF Exporter to convert PDF to DXF file. With this powerful application, many functions can be realized such as rotating the output DXF file by any degree, extracting a specific page, scaling the DXF by any factors, etc. PDF to DXF Exporter also supports to convert PDF to DXF with no PDF readers or AutoCAD programs installed in the system.
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The main interface in Figure1 can give you the acquaintance to the application. There is a table locating on the upper-left corner of the interface, which is used to list all the PDF documents to be converted. You can add files by clicking "Open" button. You can also remove the file one by one by clicking on "Remove" button or remove all the files by clicking "Remove All" button. In "Output Folder" line edit, you are able to choose the output location by click on the icon or input the directory yourself. Please choose the output format as "DXF" on the right and then please click on "Advanced" button.
You can continue to set some other settings. In "Output Format" combo box, you can choose the version of DXF file from various supported ones. In "Conversion Mode" combo box, you can use one of the text handling method for converting PDF to DXF. In "Splines Mode" combo box, please choose the spline mode that you need. You can input the rotation degree in "Rotate" spin box for rotating the output DXF file. To extract a specific page of the original PDF document, you just need to input the page number in the spin box. (NOTE: "0" means export all pages of PDF to DXF). PDF to DXF Exporter also supports to scale the output file to any factors by inputting the factors in "X-direction" and "Y-direction" edit boxes.
After you click on "Convert" button, you will see a blue progress bar below the "Convert" button and it will be empty again when the conversion is over. Please check your DXF file in the specified location, which is shown in Figure2.