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Topic: REQ: info on RTF to PDF conversion
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 127703
From: mushu
Date: 2/15/2005 05:19 AM

I had my boss buy me the full ver of Acrobat 7, and I am a VB & Perl developer, but I have not run across a turnkey solution that will allow me to automagically convert Microsoft .RTF documents directly into Adobe .PDF files...does anyone know if such a thing exists? The available Perl modules focus on RTF-->HTML-->PDF conversion, and lose the document formatting. Also, none of them go directly from RTF to PDF.

I would prefer to have the solution be a plugin or library so I can program it to be the way I want it...a stand-alone package probably won't work for me, unless it was something like Distiller that watches a directory for the files.

Anyone have any ideas?

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