PDF Focus .Net is ideal for document imaging, and graphic design. PDF Focus .Net is a stand-alone product and is not dependent on Microsoft Word or any Adobe product to perform its conversion.
Component created completely with managed C#, the source code license is available too. Developers can easily use the PDF Focus .Net in ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, Delphi.Net etc.
PDF Focus .Net is 100% C# managed assembly for developers which enable to any .Net app:
Convert PDF to Word RTF, DOC;
Extract Text from PDF;
Rasterize PDF to Images:
Jpeg, PNG, Multipage TIFF, System.Drawing.Image;
Does not require installed Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat on the computer;
Directly reads PDF documents;
Directly writes Word RTF, DOC, Text, Jpeg, Png, Bmp, TIFF documents. Multi-Platform component, runs on:
Windows, Linux, Mac. Written in pure C#, requires only .Net 2.0 or above. Works in Medium trust level. Can be used in any .Net app WinForms, ASP.Net, Silverlight, Console. Works in 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. Works with PDF documents of any size.
Component's main functions:
Convert PDF to Word RTF, DOC Extract Text from PDF Convert PDF to Multipage-TIFF, Multipage-TIFF-CCITT4 Convert PDF to Images jpeg, bmp, png, tiff Rasterize PDF to System.Drawing.Bitmap PDF Focus .Net is compatible with all .NET languages and supports all Operating Systems where .NET Framework or Mono can be installed.
Now PDF Focus .Net re-creates a Word document from a PDF like a typed by a human. A Word document produced by PDF Focus .Net is completely editable and contains paragraphs, columns, tables, page breaks and so forth.
There is a ability to set mode for a resulting Word document: Flowing, Continuos and Exact. The "Flowing" is the most useful and common type of Word document for editing. The resulting Word document looks as if it was typed by human. The "Exact" is the mode when document layout created by using text boxes, this gives a monumental accuracy for PDF to Word conversion.
A PDF document doesn't have real tables. If you see a table inside a PDF, in fact it's a set of graphics lines. Conversely, a lot of documents created in MS Word often have a lot of complex tables. Now the PDF Focus .Net can understand and re-create real-world tables with rows and cells from set of of orthogonal lines or text.
PDF Focus .Net is supporting of underline and striking formatted text and a new artificial intelligence system which converts some complex vector graphic elements (e.g. lines, curves, polygons) into a raster picture. This innovation significantly decreases a size of .doc file and time of its opening in MS Word.
There is a new ability to convert PDF documents into "1 bit Black & White" images. E.g., Convert a PDF to Black & White multi page-TIFF image. Thus, a resulted image will have a minimal possible size in kilobytes.
Created new code samples for VS2012, the assembly version compiled for .Net 4.5 and the Demo application for Windows 8.
Unlike components that require Word or Acrobat to be installed on your computer, PDF Focus .Net was created in 100% managed C# code, and is a standalone component with no third-party dependencies.
Developers can easily use the PDF Focus .Net in ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, Delphi.Net etc.
PDF Focus .Net requires only .Net 2.0 or above, and can be used in ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, and Delphi.Net, as well as WinForms, Silverlight, and Console. The component directly reads PDF documents of any size, and directly writes RTF, TIFF, and the other popular formats. PDF Focus .Net runs on 32-bit and 64-bit platforms on Windows, Linux, and Mac.