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Convert PDF to multiple file types on Windows

To convert PDF documents to different format types.

Internet connection is not required for conversion.
Convert PDF to DOCX, DOC, HTML, SVG, TIF, PNG, JPEG, XPS, EPUB, TXT, and many other formats.
PDFDoc doc = new PDFDoc(filename);

// Convert PDF document to SVG
Convert.ToSvg(doc, output_filename + ".svg");

// Convert PDF document to XPS
Convert.ToXps(filename, output_filename + ".xps");

// Convert PDF document to multipage TIFF
Convert.TiffOutputOptions tiff_options = new Convert.TiffOutputOptions();
Convert.ToTiff(filename, output_filename + ".tiff", tiff_options);

// Convert PDF to XOD
Convert.ToXod(filename, output_filename + ".xod");

// Convert PDF to HTML
Convert.ToHtml(filename, output_filename + ".html");

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About converting from PDF

The Apryse SDK also supports converting from PDF to other formats like EMF, EPUB, XOD, HTML and XPS.

In addition to the document formats, exporting to image formats like TIFF, SVG, PNG and JPEG are supported too.

Semantic structure information like tables, headers, footers, paragraphs are not part of the PDF specification and do not exist in PDFs. To extract this type of data, any type of conversion or extraction tool will need to have a good document understanding to differentiate between tables or paragraphs. As part of our efforts at Apryse to provide cutting edge document tools, we have created Apryse.AI - a utility for extracting tables and text from existing PDF documents as HTML or XML.

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