Convert a *.pdf file to *.txt format

Posted on 2002-06-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
I want make a VB program to convert a *.pdf file to ascii text format. But i don't want to do it through email method like attaching it and send an email and then adobe will respond to you. so is there any other method or tool which i my VB code can use to do the above.

Question by:Amitabh
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by:Roshan Davis
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Guys i have found the solution and would like to share it with you.

you can visit the following link to do the same.

and download the code pdf to text extractor written by gandu.


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since i found the answer by myself, would request EE to delete this question and refund my points...i had mentioned my ans in preceding comment.


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