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Topic: Split PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 33875
From: Sujatha
Date: 1/31/2002 12:58 AM

Hi guys,

Please help me to sort out my problem.
I have a requirement to split the PDF pages into individual PDF files. Supposing I have a PDF file with 50 pages, I would like to split each page into each PDF file. I don't want to use existing PDF splitters to do this job. I want to do this programmatically in the sense , I have a little knowledge in creation of PDF's by reading the PDF reference Manual. So there we can find the No of Pages in an existing PDF file by using the com.etymon.pj.
Now my problem is to split the PDF into individual PDF from this PDF.
I referred the older Queries, there a lot of questions were answered with Splitting Tools. Can anybody help in doing this with out use of theses Tools.

Thanks in Advance

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