PDF PDF PDF
For anyone struggling to figure out how to create a PDF in SWX it's pretty
simple but you may have to have the Bluebeam version of swx
FIRST go to Tools>Options and check "Save as PDF"
Then you can save them right from the save as dialog.
Maybe I'm the only dumbass that could't figure that out! ;0) But it was in
help under "PDF"
An easier way is to download a program from www.pdf995.com that "prints" you
files to a PDF foramat. This program works with SW and any other program
you use to print with.
"3d" <jmiller at marvelindustri...pdf \ text (get rid of text in pdf)
Is there a way to remove all text from PDF?
Will extract images work for you?
If so, PDF-Tools by Tracker Software will do it.
"MarosV" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Is there a way to remove all text from PDF?
...PDF TO PDF/A
is it possible to convert a PDF file to PDFA file ?
i tried the -dPDFA option and i vefy my pdf file with PDF longlife. I have
Thanks for help.
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Key fea...Convert PDF image to PDF text
I have a PDF file with image text documents. hence I can't search the
text. How can I convert it to searchable PDF file?
You will have to scan it using an OCR (Optical Character Recognition)
application and then create a PDF file.
<WhiteLen@gmail.com> wrote in message
> I have a PDF file with image text documents. hence I can't search the
> text. How can I convert it to searchable PDF file?
Any recommendation for OCR application?
...Postscript to PDF with pdf-tools, pdf-writer, or other
Does anyone have a way to convert Postscript to PDF using pdf-tools,
pdf-writer, or other method? Any suggestions?
On 14/04/2008, Sean Nakasone <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Does anyone have a way to convert Postscript to PDF using pdf-tools,
> pdf-writer, or other method? Any suggestions?
ps2pdf is standard on any install of Ghostscript, at least on most
flavours of Linux/BSD
...convert PDF images to PDF text (OCR)
I have a book which was entirely scanned into a PDF, there are
approximately 300 pages. The problem is that each page is an image of
the paper page, not selectable text.
How can I convert this PDF made of images to a text-selectable PDF? Or
directly convert it to Word? I suppose I'll need some form of OCR.
Thanks in advance,
Yes, since you have an image, you need to OCR it into data. You will not
have much luck with any formating info, but most OCR programs today to a
pretty good job if the image is fairly clean .
email@example.com wrote in message...scanned image pdf to searchable text pdf
We have a lot of pdf files that are just scanned images of documents. How
easy is it to change these into pdf's that we can search for specific words.
I believe Adobe Acrobat Capture will do this when the document is originally
scanned, but can it use pdf's that have already been created. If it can, can
this process be automated to convert 100s of pdf files?
Are there other alternatives to Adobe Acrobat Capture as it is not cheap for
a large number of documents?
I am new to this, so please keep it simple.
Thanks for any help.
As you indicated, your pdf's are ...PDF::Writer, create pdf and insert in other pdf file.
Hi folks(wharever it mean my english is so bad...)
the following code create a PDF:
pdf = PDF::Writer.new
pdf.text "Hello Matz", :font_size => 22
now I wanna save this pdf as a last page of a existing pdf.
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On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 1:23 PM, Ricardo Pog <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi folks(wharever it mean my english is so bad...)
> the following code create a PDF:
>...PDF TO PDF MULTIPAGES
(gs 8.54 -Windows XP)
i try this to convert a pdf file to one pdf file per page:
gs.exe -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -o c:\fic-%d.pdf -q c:\colle.pdf
It doesn't work.
Is works with jpeg files:
gs.exe -sDEVICE=jpeg -o c:\fic-%d.jpg -q c:\colle.pdf
Thanks for Help.
Christophe BADET wrote:
> (gs 8.54 -Windows XP)
> i try this to convert a pdf file to one pdf file per page:
> gs.exe -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -o c:\fic-%d.pdf -q c:\colle.pdf
> It doesn't work.
> Is works with jpeg files:
> gs.exe -sDEVICE=jpeg -o c:\fic-%d.jpg -q c:\colle....pdf to dvi to pdf?
I need help with what seems to be a simple problem.
I have a collection of pdf manuscript to submitt to a on-demand publisher.
They want them to be:
(1)6in x 9in with 1/2in margins allound
(2) and embedded fonts.
The problem is there are:
(1) 8.5in x 11in with 1in margins
(2) and the fonts aren't embedded.
Perl pdf mod is one possibility, what would be involved with doing this with LaTex?
I wanting to stay with open source solutions(Linux).
email@example.com (David Jackon) schrieb:
> I need help with what seems to be a simple problem.
> I have a collection of ...PDF::API2
I am new to PDF files so I don't really know if what I want to do is
possible and how to use the PDF::API2 modules.
I need to extract information from columns in a table ( I assume that
PDF does not know anything about tables). What I was thinking of doing
was finding the horizontal location of the header (I know what it should
be), then extract all text that starts at that location.
I have played around with the PDF::API2 module and read the 'Using
PDF::API2 - The code' help page, however it doesn't show me how to
extract information from an exi...Copy from a PDF to PDF
Is it possible to copy a piece of text from a page (not the whole page) from
a PDF file and paste it into another PDF file in a desired position?
in article YT2Fb.firstname.lastname@example.org, jesusp at
email@example.com wrote on 12/20/03 1:09 PM:
> Is it possible to copy a piece of text from a page (not the whole page) from
> a PDF file and paste it into another PDF file in a desired position?
Yep - copy and paste.
You may have to crop it first to get just what you want.
And it may not paste into position - you need to move it around.
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