PDF Focus .Net Review – How to Convert PDF to Word, Image in C# and VB.Net
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PDF Focus .Net is a program designed to convert different types of documents into a true PDF form on .Net frameworks. Focus .Net allows you to convert documents in a manner that allows them to be hosted on ASP.Net pages and to be embedded in a variety of documents without conflict.
Because the conversion is completely independent of the originating programs (Word, Excel and so on) there is less potential problems in the finished export running on .Net frameworks or being embedded as objects. PDF Focus .Net is written for the Microsoft Windows operating system but by using the Mono Project you can also use the program on Linus and Mac systems.
The Conversion Process
When a PDF file is converted to a Word document or an image is rasterized to be used in a C3 program or in VB.Net it is usually a complicated coding call. PDF Focus .Net uses the unusual combination of class call commands and embedded objects within their interface to make the process of creating the code to perform the conversion easy.
You don’t have to be a programmer to run the interface; it will prompt you with scrolling menus during the coding process that will list the only appropriate options for that section of commands. This greatly lessens the chance for the conversion being halted and you having to launch a debug call.
PDF Focus .Net can allow any of the .Net types such as Console, WinForms, ASP.Net, Silverlight and even WPF to convert a PDF into a Word document, RTF file, GIF, Text file, multipage TIFF, PNG, JPG/JPEG, Bitmap, WMF or System.Drawing.Image. Again, none of the source programs for any of these file types needs to be installed in order for the conversion to be done.
What you need
PDF Focus .Net is entirely based in the C# library so it does require .Net 2.0 or higher to function. You cannot install it on an earlier version and have it “sort of” run, the program will simply not launch in lower than 2.0. It will also work under a Medium Trust certificate level so data security is still protected while the conversion speaks between the two programs and it is compatible with both 32 and 64 bit systems.
The only complaint that people tend to have about this program is that it will not run natively on the Linux and Mac systems. You can, as mentioned earlier, run it after using Mono Project but it is an extra step that seems to be one step too many for some.
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