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Topic: Convert PDF to an image
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 97941
From: Shino
Date: 10/8/2003 09:47 PM

Hello All,

I am trying to convert a PDF to an image such as jpg, gif or tiff.

I want to do this within a java application I'm working on.

Does anyone know of a java api that may do something like this.

I am using iText right now, but I do not see in the documentation anything about this subject so if iText is an answer, please let me know how this can be done.

What's going on right now is I'm getting a pdf form from the disk, and filling the form in my application using iText.

Now I need to convert the resulting pdf to an image within the application using some sort of java api, then use Java's Print api to send the competed pdf directly to the printer.

Any ideas?

Thanx in advance.
Chris


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