Using PDF to Text command line to convert a document I seem to lose the form/page feed character, via the application directly all is good form/page feed there as in the original doc. i tried the command line with and without the -format option with no difference. Any Ideas? Fairly urgent!
Please run following command line to convert your PDF file to text file to try again, (-breaker parameter will insert page breaker into converted .txt file)
"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PDF2TXT v3.2\pdf2txt.exe" C:\in.pdf C:\out.txt -unicode -breaker
You can also run following command line to convert PDF file to text file without page breaker symbols,
"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PDF2TXT v3.2\pdf2txt.exe" C:\in.pdf C:\out.txt -unicode
We hoping "-unicode" parameter will work better for you, please to try.
I updated my PDF Camp Printer license November 18, 2010. Now, every time I print a PDF, the print is all squished together and is barely legible. This happens in all MS Office documents. I have Windows XL and Microsoft Office 2003. The only program in which PDF files print normally is in a program I have called Family Tree Maker. My IT professional son and I have tried everything imaginable to fix this problem including uninstalling and reinstalling programs and my printer. Do you have any suggestions?
Please uninstall your old version of PDFcamp Printer first, download and install PDFcamp Printer x64 v2.5 (64bit Windows) from following URL again,
We hoping PDFcamp Printer x64 v2.5 product will work better for you.
I was wondering if you are still actively supporting this product.
I am creating an application and need to view and fill out pdf forms inside of my C# windows forms application.
I am developing in .Net VS2008 and cannot seem to figure out how to load your components into my application so that I can make use of them.
Any help or documentation you can provide would be appreciated. Once I can get things working in my project I can evaluate your product.
You can download and install trial version of PDF Form Filler SDK (COM) v3.1 from following URL,
after you installed it, you can import pdfformocx.ocx into your C# application, then you can use it to fill your PDF forms easily. If you can't get it work, please feel free to let us know, we will ask our engineer to create a C# project to you shortly.
Does your PDFPrint application work with 64-bit Windows 2008 (R1)?
Yes, our PDFPrint Command Line product does support 64-bit Windows 2008 (R1) system, that's no problem.
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I have been experiencing an issue with your PdfToVector software over the past few weeks. The issue has become consistent enough to warrant reaching out and trying to have this resolved.
It appears that your PdfToVector tool is putting spaces in some of our font names. When we attempt to distill the EPS using Acrobat Distiller, we receive an error.
As an example, here is the name of one of the fonts that is creating an issue:
%%BeginResource: font JPHDMN+Frutiger#20LT#20Std#2055#20Roman
/FontName /JPHDMN+Frutiger LT Std 55 Roman def
As you can see, the "#20" substrings are being replaced with literal spaces.
I've attached a PDF and the resulting EPS file for testing and reference.
When delivering a new version for us to test, please send us the updated SDK for testing.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to you, we will research this problem shortly, we will try to include a fix for this problem into the next version of our product, we will let you know after the new version is available, thanks for your patience.