Friday, July 27, 2007

PDF to Word Conversion Service is coming!

Some of you may remember that our first free service was not document to PDF conversion, but conversion of PDF to other formats. The good news is that we are currently working on bringing that service back.

We just released BCL easyConverter SDK which contains PDF2Word API which allows programmers to convert Acrobat compatible PDF documents to Microsoft Word compatible RTF files. We are going to use this API to power our upcoming PDF2Word Free Online Conversion, just like easyPDF SDK powers the Doc2PDF Online Conversion.

To see what kind of output quality you will get, check out these conversion samples.

If you are a programmer, you can get your hand dirty by downloading the trial copy of easyConverter SDK and convert some of your own PDF documents into PDF. No worries thought, easyConverter SDK is very easy to program. You can get up and running with just 3 lines of code!

1: EasyConverterLib::IPDF2WordPtr pConvObj = NULL;
2: pConvObj.CreateInstance(_T("EasyConverter.PDF2Word"));
3: pConvObj->ConvertToWord (InputFileName, OutputFileName, Password, From, To);

Not only that, BCL easyConverter SDK allows development of robust, multi-threaded systems that can be easily scaled for enterprise class applications. Robust exception handling allows you to develop applications that run nonstop 24 x 7. PDF documents can be converted from file to file or memory and from memory to memory for fast application.

We are really excited of the possibilies that BCL easyConverter SDK and the upcoming PDF2Word Online service can bring, and are looking forward to hear your comments on this. In the mean time, you can sign up to be notified when the service is up.

1 Comments:

Anonymous K.S.Reddy said...

I am waiting for this excellent free service. I observed sample files of both PDF and converted Word files. The quality of word files is almost the same quality as original PDF files.

K.S.Reddy
http://technodata.blogspot.com

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