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Convert pdf files to txt files using MS Access as front end.

Posted on 2004-08-06
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dear sir/ma'am,
  I get files in pdf format. I want to convert those into text files.
  Our project front end is MS Access 2000.
  How to convert pdf to txt using VBA.
  Please help me out giving the proper code as this is an important issue.

Thank You
apparala
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You might try pdf995.  It's main purpose is creating pdf files, but if you get pdfedit and the HTML module, it can convert to .doc format.  This can be done from the command line. From this you may have an easier time extracting text.

http://www.pdfedit995.com/
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