ocr2any.exe and corresponding functions

The following are ocr2any.exe parameters and corresponding cases, please ignore the filename part.

 

case "TSP": //Convert color TIFF file to searchable PDF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 4 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[0];

    break;

case "PGP": //Convert color PDF file to grayscale PDF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 4 -res 72 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PCP": //Convert color PDF file to a new color PDF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 4 -res 72 -bitcount 24 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "DTP": //Deskew TIFF file, apply OCR, output to a new PDF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -imageopt -ocr -ocrmode 3 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[0];

    break;

case "CPT": //Convert multiple columns PDF file to text file with reading order

    startInfo.Arguments = " " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[1];

    break;

case "CTT": //Convert multiple columns TIFF file to text file with reading order

    startInfo.Arguments = " " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[1];

    break;

case "PTL":  //Convert multiple columns PDF file to multiple columns text file with physical layout

    startInfo.Arguments = " " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[1];

    break;

case "PP0": //Convert scanned PDF file to searchable PDF file with output to text file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 0 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PP1": //Convert scanned PDF file to searchable PDF file with OCR PDF pages and insert new text layer under original PDF pages

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 1 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PP2": //Convert scanned PDF file to searchable PDF file with output to plain text based PDF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 2 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PP3": //Convert scanned PDF file to searchable PDF file with output to OCRed PDF file (BW) with hidden text layer

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 3 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PP4": //Convert scanned PDF file to searchable PDF file with output to OCRed PDF file (Color) with hidden text layer

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -ocrmode 4 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "EIF": //Extract [X, Y, Width, Height] information for each character from scanned PDF, TIFF, and Image files

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr -outboxfile " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[1];

    break;

case "ICF": //Insert custom page footer to the bottom of each page in the output text file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -text \"======================== This is the page %PageNumber% of %PageCount% ========================\"  " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[1];

    break;

case "TBT": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file without use halftone technology

    startInfo.Arguments = " -bitcount 1 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TTT": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with a threshold value

    startInfo.Arguments = " -threshold 240 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TTO": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with an Optimized threshold value

    startInfo.Arguments = " -threshold 0 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD0": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Floyd-Steinberg

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 0 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD1": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Ordered-Dithering (4x4)

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 1 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD2": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Burkes

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 2 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD3": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Stucki

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 3 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD4": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Jarvis-Judice-Ninke

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 4 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD5": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Sierra

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 5 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD6": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Stevenson-Arce

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 6 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TD7": //Convert color TIFF file to Black and White TIFF file with Bayer (4x4 ordered dithering)

    startInfo.Arguments = " -dither 7 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TRT": //Rotate 45 degree (angle) for TIFF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -rotate 45 " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "TFM": //Apply Deskew, Despeckle and Noise Removal, Black Border Remova, Flip, Mirror, etc. options to TIFF and Image files automatically

    startInfo.Arguments = " -imageopt -flip -mirror " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PTR": //Use Enhanced OCR Engine to extract table objects from scanned PDF file and insert table objects into RTF file

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[2];

    break;

case "PE0": //Use Enhanced OCR Engine to extract table objects from scanned PDF file and insert table objects into Excel XLS file (One big sheet + All page sheets)

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 -ocr2excelmode 0 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[5];

    break;

case "PE1": //Use Enhanced OCR Engine to extract table objects from scanned PDF file and insert table objects into Excel XLS file (All page sheets)

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 -ocr2excelmode 1 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[5];

    break;

case "PE2": //Use Enhanced OCR Engine to extract table objects from scanned PDF file and insert table objects into Excel XLS file (One big sheet, default mode)

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 -ocr2excelmode 2 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[5];

    break;

case "PTH": //Use Enhanced OCR Engine to extract table objects from scanned PDF file and insert table objects into HTML document

    startInfo.Arguments = " -oc2 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[3];

    break;

case "AOR": //Auto rotate document

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 -ocr2aor " + sfullPathName + " " + ofullPathName;

    break;

case "PED": //Convert PDF files to DOC files with Enhanced OCR Engine

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[4];

    break;

case "PEH": //Convert PDF files to HTML files with Enhanced OCR Engine

    startInfo.Arguments = " -ocr2 " + sfullPathName + " " + oTrimFullPathName + extArray[3];

    break;

 

VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter Command Line,

 

http://www.verypdf.com/app/ocr-to-any-converter-cmd/try-and-buy.html#buy

http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/ocr2any_cmd.zip

http://www.verypdf.com/app/ocr-to-any-converter-cmd/index.html

 

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How to use PDF Form Filler SDK from VB6 to fill PDF forms?

Hi

I eventually got the PDF Form Filler SDK working in VB6 using a reference to VeryPDFFormEXECOM and then:

Dim Pdf as New pdfformcom

I could then use the SDK with commands like:

id = Pdf.com_PDFForm_Alloc()

Is this the correct way to use the control? From the Install Zip, which are the important files to make it work on another machine?

Sorry for the questions in email but I am looking to buy and got no response from the Support.

Regards
Customer
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>>I could then use the SDK with commands like:
>>id = Pdf.com_PDFForm_Alloc()
>>Is this the correct way to use the control?

Yes, this is the correct way to use the control, please look at an entire C# example at below,

using VeryPDFFormCOM;

void PDFFormFilling1()
{
        VeryPDFFormCOM.pdfformcom pdfform = new VeryPDFFormCOM.pdfformcom();
       
        int id;
        int nRet = -1;
        string szOutPDF1;
        string szOutPDF2;
        string szPDFFile;
        szPDFFile = GetModulePath("example-fw9.pdf");
        szOutPDF1 = GetModulePath("out1.pdf");
        szOutPDF2 = GetModulePath("out2.pdf");
       
        id = pdfform.com_PDFForm_Alloc();
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-1", "1 Test for Name");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-2", "1 Test for Business Name");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-3", "1 Test for f1-3");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-4", "1 Test for f1-4");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-5", "1 Test for f1-5");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-6", "1 Test for f1-6");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-4", "Off");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-5", "Off");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-1", "Yes");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-2", "Yes");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_Apply(id, szPDFFile, szOutPDF1, 0);
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_ClearFields(id);
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-1", "2 Test for Name");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-2", "2 Test for Business Name");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-3", "2 Test for f1-3");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-4", "2 Test for f1-4");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-5", "2 Test for f1-5");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetTextField(id, "f1-6", "2 Test for f1-6");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-4", "Off");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-5", "Off");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-1", "Yes");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_SetCheckBox(id, "c1-2", "Yes");
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_Apply(id, szPDFFile, szOutPDF2, 1);
        nRet = pdfform.com_PDFForm_Free(id);
}

>>From the Install Zip, which are the important files to make it work on another machine?

You need deploy following files to a new machine in order to PDF Form Filler SDK to work,

cximagecrt.dll
imgconv.dll
msvcr110.dll
pdfform.dll
pdfformcom.dll
pdfformcom.exe

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Use of VeryPDF PDF Form Filler SDK with VBA code from MS Office products to fill PDF forms dynamically
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How to encrypt a PDF file from C# or ASP.NET or VB.NET Web application?

Hi There,

We currently use your encryptPDF dll for our windows based products and it works great.

We would like to know if you have a similar product for web based applications.

Specifically we need a 64 bit app that is based on .NET framework 4.5 or later.

We have tried using the trial com version on your web site but we get a compatibility issue when trying to hook it up to our web based applications, as follows:

image

Thanks.
Customer
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Yes, we have a "PDF Editor Toolkit Professional SDK" product, it contains PDF encryption function, you may download the trial version of "PDF Editor Toolkit Professional SDK" product from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-editor-toolkit/try-and-buy.html#pro
http://www.verypdf.com/pdfsdk/pdf_editor_toolkit_pro_trial.zip

Please by following steps to encrypt a PDF file from Web application,

1. Please download and unzip pdf_editor_toolkit_pro_trial.zip package first,

2. Please run "Install-pdfshell.exe-Com.vbs" to install pdfshell.exe into your system,

3. Go to "VBS_examples" folder, run "encryptpdf.vbs" file, you will get two PDF files, one PDF file contains stampers and another PDF file is encrypted by passwords,

The following is the sample source code of "encryptpdf.vbs" file,

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Dim pdfObject
dim FileID
dim bresult
dim FilePath
dim sFileName, dFileName
on error resume Next
   
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
strFolder = fso.GetParentFolderName(wscript.ScriptFullName)
FilePath = strFolder & "\"
   
Set pdfObject = CreateObject("pdfshell2.shellexe")

Dim szPDFFile
Dim id
Dim code
Dim lFile  
 
Very_Set_Opacity = 240

szPDFFile = FilePath & "stamppdf2.pdf"
 
on error resume Next

pdfObject.com_VerySetLicenseKey "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
 
id = pdfObject.com_VeryStampOpen(szPDFFile,FilePath &  "_001.pdf")
If (id > 0) Then
     
      iRet = pdfObject.com_VerySetFunction(id, Very_Set_Opacity, 30, 0, 0, 0)
      code = pdfObject.com_VeryStampAddText(id, 1, "Opacity_30", 65296, 0, 0, 0, -45, 0, 0, 0, "", 48, 0, "", 0)
      iRet = pdfObject.com_VerySetFunction(id, Very_Set_Opacity, 60, 0, 0, 0)
      code = pdfObject.com_VeryStampAddText(id, 3, "Opacity_60", 65296, 0, 0, 0, 45, 0, 0, 0, "", 48, 0, "", 0)
      iRet = pdfObject.com_VerySetFunction(id, Very_Set_Opacity, 90, 0, 0, 0)
      code = pdfObject.com_VeryStampAddText(id, 5, "Opacity_90", 65296, 0, 0, 0, -45, 0, 0, 0, "", 48, 0, "", 0)
      iRet = pdfObject.com_VerySetFunction(id, Very_Set_Opacity, 10, 0, 0, 0)
      code = pdfObject.com_VeryStampAddText(id, 7, "Opacity_10", 65296, 0, 0, 0, 45, 0, 0, 0, "", 48, 0, "", 0)

      pdfObject.com_VeryStampClose (id)
      
  End If

  pdfObject.VeryRepairPDF("_001.pdf", "_001_repaired.pdf")
 
  bresult = pdfObject.com_veryEncryptPDF(szPDFFile, FilePath & "TestEncrypt_out.pdf",128,4,"user","owner")
 
  if Err.number=0 then
          MsgBox "All Functions execute success!"
  else
          MsgBox "Have errs when execute functions!"
  end if
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4. You can call "pdfshell2.shellexe" from C# code to stamp and encrypt PDF files also.

5. When you try to call "pdfshell2.shellexe" from C# source code or other web applications, you may encounter a permission restriction problem, if so, you need give "Full Control Permission" to "Everyone" to "pdfshell2.shellexe" DCOM, if you don't know how to do, please refer to following web pages,

http://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any-faq.html

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/verydoc-release-notes-verydoc-releases-an-exe-com-of-verypdfcomruncmd-exe-today-verypdf-exe-com-does-allow-you-to-call-ms-office-and-any-exe-application-from-asp-php-c-net-etc-program-languag.html

If you encounter any problem, please feel free to let us know, we will assist you asap.

Some more information for your reference,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201603/how-to-call-pdf-editor-toolkit-professional-sdk-from-64bit-application-42383.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201109/i-can-not-get-verysplitmergepdf-function-to-work-2532.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201609/how-to-convert-a-pcx-file-to-pdf-file-using-pdf-editor-toolkit-pro-sdk-43035.html

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How to convert Office files and PDF files to PCL and Postscript files?

To whom it may concern,
I have one technical question and one sales question.

First, I am looking to build a batch solution that I assume will run in an automated fashion on a Windows server. This solution will receive a list of PDF files to be printed, which in our case will mean converting to PCL so we can combine with other PCL resources. I have downloaded a trial of the docPrint SDK and I have downloaded and installed the docPrint Pro. I had a simple program working to convert a single PDF to a .pcl file, and after testing I was sidetracked for a week or two. Now that I am back working on it, the same code which once worked is now prompting me for an output file name when DocumentConverterEx is called and I can find no explanation for this. I realize this is a trial, but is there any guidance that can be provided?

DOCPRINTCOMLib.docPrint docPrintObj = new DOCPRINTCOMLib.docPrint();
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_Register("XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX", "VeryPDF.com Company");
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_DocumentConverterEx("", "", "\\SKTEST00.pdf", "\\pdffile2.pcl", "-* XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -d");
docPrintObj = null;

My sales question is this - as I will be the sole developer for this application, and it will only run on a single internal server, what product/license do I require ? I see that there are both developer and server licenses, and I am thinking that a production server license is sufficient. I also there is another product listed in your knowledge base called "Auto-Print SDK", and another called "VeryDoc PDF to Vector Converter".

Sincerely,
Customer

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>>Now that I am back working on it, the same code which once worked is now prompting me for an output file name when DocumentConverterEx is called and I can find no explanation for this. I realize this is a trial, but is there any guidance that can be provided?

Thanks for your message, you can use following command lines to convert DOC or DOCX file to PCL file,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v7.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i D:\downloads\file.doc -o D:\downloads\_out.pcl -s redirectprint=1

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v7.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i D:\downloads\file.docx -o D:\downloads\_out.pcl -s redirectprint=1

"redirectprint=1" option will redirect the print job to PCL or Postscript printers via docPrint application.

You can also create Postscript files by "redirectprint=1" option, for example,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v7.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i D:\downloads\file.doc -o D:\downloads\_out.ps -s redirectprint=1

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v7.0\doc2pdf.exe" -i D:\downloads\file.docx -o D:\downloads\_out.ps -s redirectprint=1

If you are using docPrint SDK, you can use following sample code to convert DOC or DOCX files to PCL or PS files,

DOCPRINTCOMLib.docPrint docPrintObj = new DOCPRINTCOMLib.docPrint();
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_Register("XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX", "VeryPDF.comCompany");
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_DocumentConverterEx("", "", "\\SKTEST00.doc", "\\pdffile2.pcl", "-* XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -d -s redirectprint=1");
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_DocumentConverterEx("", "", "\\SKTEST00.docx", "\\pdffile2.pcl", "-* XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -d -s redirectprint=1");
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_DocumentConverterEx("", "", "\\SKTEST00.doc", "\\pdffile2.ps", "-* XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -d -s redirectprint=1");
docPrintObj.docPrintCOM_DocumentConverterEx("", "", "\\SKTEST00.docx", "\\pdffile2.ps", "-* XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX -d -s redirectprint=1");
docPrintObj = null;

If you wish convert a PDF file to PCL or PS file, you can download "PDF to Vector Converter Command Line" or "PDF to Vector Converter SDK" from this web page, you can use PDF to Vector to convert from PDF files to PCL or Postscript files easily,

http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-vector.html
http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2vec_cmd.zip
http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2vec_sdk.zip

Please feel free to let us know if you encounter any problem with above solutions.

>>My sales question is this - as I will be the sole developer for this application, and it will only run on a single internal server, what product/license do I require ? I see that there are both developer and server licenses, and I am thinking that a production server license is sufficient. I also there is another product listed in your knowledge base called "Auto-Print SDK", and another called "VeryDoc PDF to Vector Converter".

Thanks for your message, if you will run the software on a single server only, a server license will sufficient to you. If you will run the software on more systems or integrate it into your application for redistribution, you will need to purchase a developer license.

We haven't a "Auto-Print SDK" software, do you meaning the "docPrint SDK" or "PDFPrint SDK"?

For the PDFPrint SDK, you can download it from this web page, you can use PDFPrint SDK to print the PDF file to PCL or Postscript file also,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-print-cmd/try-and-buy.html#buy-sdk
http://www.verypdf.com/pdfprint/pdfprint_sdk.zip

You can use "-printtofile" option to print a PDF file to a spool file,

-printtofile <string>        : save print spooling data to a disk file

for example,

pdfprint.exe -printtofile C:\out.pcl -printer "VeryPDF PCL Printer" C:\input.pdf

pdfprint.exe -printtofile C:\out.ps -printer "VeryPDF Postscript Printer" C:\input.pdf

Yes, we have a "VeryDoc PDF to Vector Converter" software, this is a professional software which can convert from PDF file to EMF, WMF, SVG, Postscript (PS), EPS, SWF (Flash), XPS, HPGL, PCL etc. vector formats, you can download it from this web page to try,

http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-vector.html
http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2vec_cmd.zip
http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2vec_sdk.zip

btw, VeryPDF has more products which can capture the print jobs and save to disk files, please refer to following web pages for more information,

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/how-to-intercept-and-capture-a-print-job-and-convert-it-to-pdf-plain-text-image-files-and-then-print.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201704/need-to-capture-a-print-job-how-to-capture-a-print-job-from-windows-print-spooler-system-43392.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201607/capture-data-from-printer-port-and-save-to-file-excelpdf-with-verypdf-document-capture-42712.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201612/how-to-install-and-use-verypdf-hookprinter-to-capture-print-jobs-43143.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201607/how-to-capture-printer-spooler-file-when-printing-and-then-view-andor-print-that-spooler-file-again-42708.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201608/saving-a-pending-print-job-as-pdf-save-print-job-in-queue-as-pdf-save-all-print-jobs-as-pdf-convert-spool-request-to-pdf-and-send-as-e-mail-converting-print-spool-output-in-to-a-pdf-convert-spool-42957.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201608/how-do-i-capture-a-spool-file-from-a-windows-print-queue-43002.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201701/how-to-get-verypdf-printer-capturer-43213.html

http://www.verypdf.com/app/hookprinter/index.html

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201608/hook-windows-printer-capture-printed-documents-and-save-them-to-pdf-ps-eps-tiff-jpg-excel-xls-etc-formats-printer-capture-intercept-and-capture-everything-that-you-send-to-windows-printer-42943.html

http://www.verydoc.com/blog/how-to-intercept-and-capture-a-print-job-and-convert-it-to-pdf-plain-text-image-files-and-then-print.html

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Is it possible for pdf2image to convert the first page or a portion of the slides out of a multiple page pdf? How do I specify a page range for conversion?

Hi support,

Is it possible for pdf2image to convert the first page or a portion of the slides out of a multiple page pdf? If yes, how should I do it? We want to avoid the possible wait time for converting a pdf file that has many pages so able to convert it partially or just the page will help.

Whether it is feasible or not, any guidance or instruction will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Customer
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Yes, this is possible, you can download "PDF to Image Converter Command Line" from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-to-image-converter/try-and-buy.html#buy-cmd
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/pdf2image_win.zip

after you download it, you can use -f and -l parameters to specify a page number that you want to convert,

-f <int> : first page to print
-l <int> : last page to print

for example,

pdf2img.exe -f 1 -l 1 -r 300 -mono C:\in.pdf C:\out.tif
pdf2img.exe -f 3 -l 3 -r 300 -mono C:\in.pdf C:\out.tif
pdf2img.exe -f 5 -l 5 -r 300 -mono C:\in.pdf C:\out.tif
pdf2img.exe -f 7 -l 7 -r 300 -mono C:\in.pdf C:\out.tif

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