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Topic: Split PDF File Programatically
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 86104
From: emeraldtea
Date: 4/12/2003 09:32 AM

I am now implementing a scanning project. Users scan a stack of documents(20 or more pages) into a single PDF file. Upload this PDF file into web server.

Then users can open the PDF file in the browser, which has 20 pages. These 20 pages belong to different files. To scan them into one single PDF file is to save users time. Now, my job is to programmatically seperate these 20 pages and save them into their proper file names. I find that TallAppent.Net componet can separte them. But still users need to know which page belongs to which file and do some inputs.

Is there a way that users can insert some separator pages(with file name etc.) into that stack of paper so that later at the web server, PDF programs can use these separator pages to separate these PDF pages into proper files automatically?

Thanks,


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