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Convert PDF Files to MS Word Documents (DOC/DOCX) in Java

PDF is one of the most commonly used formats for sending the document out to third parties. The reason behind this popularity is PDF’s compatibility across multiple platforms regardless of any hardware/software requirements. However, in some cases, you would want … Continue reading

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Merge Multiple PDF Files into One PDF using C# .NET

Aspose.PDF for .NET is a feature-rich API for creating, editing, reading or converting PDF documents. Along with other PDF manipulation features, Aspose.PDF for .NET also allows you to combine or merge multiple PDF files programmatically in C# or VB.NET. In … Continue reading

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How to Convert PDF to Excel in C# .NET – PDF to XLS or XLSX

PDF to Excel conversion is an important use case when you need to export the tabular data from PDF documents to Excel spreadsheets. Copying/exporting the data from PDF to Excel manually could be a time-consuming task when you are dealing … Continue reading

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Convert PDF to DOCX with Cross-References and Hyperlinks using Aspose.PDF for .NET 19.12

We are back with a major release of Aspose.PDF for .NET as v19.12 introducing the support of cross-references and hyperlinks when converting PDF to DOCX format. In addition, we have added the strategies for font subset optimization in the PDF … Continue reading

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Convert PDF to Word (DOC, DOCX) in C#

My previous article, Convert PDF to HTML in C#, showed how to convert a PDF file to HTML in your .NET applications using Aspose.PDF for .NET API. Today, I am going to demonstrate another interesting feature of the API to … Continue reading

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Add Image Stamp in PDF Documents using Aspose.PDF for .NET

If you want to imprint PDF documents in order to deliver or showcase some important information, you will need to stamp it. Adding stamps in PDF documents allows you to label them with information, such as the document’s approval status … Continue reading

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Convert PDF to DOC and DOCX in C++

Aspose.PDF for C++ API lets you read and convert PDF documents to Microsoft Word’s DOC and DOCX file formats. C++ is one of the widely-used programming languages for writing fast and interoperable code that can be executed on a number … Continue reading

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Convert PDF to HTML with Embedded Resources in .NET

PDF is one of the most popular document formats these days which is used by a variety of applications as the final output. Due to its support for a wide range of data types and portability, it is the format … Continue reading

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Convert PDF to HTML in .NET Desktop and Web Application using Aspose.PDF for .NET

PDF to HTML Conversion is widely and commonly used functionality which can be achieved through different means e.g. software, tools and online services. Sometimes you need to convert your PDF content in a way that it can be displayed in … Continue reading

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Convert HTML to PDF in Desktop and Web Application using Aspose.PDF for .NET

HTML to PDF Conversion has its own significance among conversions of different file formats into one another. You can convert HTML to PDF using different applications, tools and online services available. But, we are talking here about converting HTML to … Continue reading

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