I am exploring use of VeryPDF Cloud API for converting docx to pdf, pdf merge, ocr, etc…
Lets say I have input document will be docx, output pdf.
The examples show I need to use an existing dropbox url for the input docx. Is there possibility to use an uploaded docx file instead of the url to a word docx document?
As a test, can you please let me know if you can convert the attached docx to pdf - I need to test if the conversion engine can handle special characters, footnotes, bold, italic etc. in the source word docx if these are retained in the output pdf.
Thanks for your message, you have several ways to import a DOC or DOCX file for conversion, e.g.,
1. You can upload a DOCX file to public folder of dropbox or Amazon S3 or other provider, you can pass the public URL of this DOCX file to VeryPDF Cloud API, VeryPDF Cloud API will convert this DOCX file to PDF file quickly.
2. You can upload a DOCX file to yourself's server, get a public URL, pass this public this URL to VeryPDF Cloud API, VeryPDF Cloud API will to do the conversion. After you get the converted PDF file, you can call "deletefile" API to delete converted PDF file from VeryPDF Cloud Server.
Please refer to "deletefile" API function from following web page,
3. You can upload a DOCX file from local system to VeryPDF Cloud Server, you can use "Free Online Document Viewer" and "Free Online Document Sharing" examples to upload a DOCX file from local system to VeryPDF Cloud Server and view converted PDF file automatically,
For your test DOCX file, I have uploaded it to our dropbox account, I can convert this DOCX file to PDF file by following URL,
I will get following output message,
You can find the PDF URL by "[Output] " keyword, download it to your local server, you will get the final PDF file properly.
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