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Topic: RE: Programmatically Convert PDF to TIF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58310
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:31 PM

Not an easy task, you would need a good understanding of the PDFSpec before
you could easily convert PDF to TIF. There might be some commercially
available solutions that can do the job via the command line (in which case
you could use Batch Files in conjuction with the program).

I would check out a couple of sites :
FASTIO http://www.fastio.com and PDFStore http://www.pdfstore.com

Dave........
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> How can I programmatically convert pdf files to tif files, using VB, C, or
> C++.
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