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Topic: Auto convert PDF to RTF to DOC ??
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51816
From: realmip
Date: 5/29/2002 04:48 PM

I need some info about Gemini V2 or Drake 4.0 for one of my client.

They have a custom application in Visual Foxpro.
We provided them with an automatic unatended reports conversion into a PDF format with Acrobat Write 4.0
They also need an automatic report conversion into the Word DOC format.

Is there any way these programs transform a PDF into RTF and then into DOC automatically in a kind of "batch file"
or by some kind of setting in the program like Adobe did with his program to avoid the dialog box so the programmer
has a full control on the conversion process??

Thanks in advance.

Réal Philippon
Web: www.ultra.ca
E-mail: realp@ultra.ca
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