PDF-to-InDesign conversion tool released

September 13, 2007


Recosoft Corporation has begun shipping its PDF-to-InDesign conversion tool for Adobe InDesign CS2/CS3. PDF2ID v1.0 is a plug-in for InDesign CS2/CS3, converting PDF documents into the editable InDesign format by recreating the intended construction and layout of the document. The conversion process retains formatting elements such as paragraphs, styles, graphic elements and annotations, converting each PDF page into an equivalent InDesign page.

PDF2ID offers a direct, transparent and effortless process for PDF document data retrieval and reuse in InDesign, utilizing sophisticated algorithms to deliver accurate reconstructions of PDF documents in the InDesign format. Additionally, PDF2ID is based on a client-server architecture designed to deliver optimal conversion performance on modern multi-core systems.

The plug-in provides fine control of the conversion process, including options for font substitution, text frame reduction and annotation management. Finally, PDF2ID also supports the conversion of English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Western European-language data contained in PDF documents.

For more information about the product, check out the Recosoft web site.

PDF In-Depth Free Product Trials Ubiquitous PDF

Debenu Quick PDF Library

Get products to market faster with this amazing PDF developer SDK. Over 900 functions and an equally...

Download free demo

Five visions of a PDF Day

In the world of PDFs or as we like to say Planet (of) PDF, a year isn't a real PDF year without an intense few days of industry knowledge sharing.

May 15, 2018
Platinum Sponsor

Search Planet PDF
more searching options...
Planet PDF Newsletter
Most Popular Articles
Featured Product

Debenu PDF Aerialist

The ultimate plug-in for Adobe Acrobat. Advanced splitting, merging, stamping, bookmarking, and link control. Take Acrobat to the next level.


Adding a PDF Stamp Comment

OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.