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Aug 25, 2008 04:21 AM|SautinSoft|LINK
We offer a new .Net component to convert PDF to Word (RTF), Images from ASP.Net (C#, VB.Net). The component names PDF Focus .Net (version 1.0.3):
The component is absolutely standalone and doesn't require anything else. Requires only Net 2.0 or higher platform.
In this package there are samples of Web-application and C#, VB.Net console applications.
To convert PDF to RTF you will need only two lines of code.
We also offer discounts for ASP.Net members.
Let me know if you will have questions,
Dec 23, 2008 04:23 AM|SautinSoft|LINK
We are happy to inform about releasing new version PDF Focus .Net 1.3.0.
So, whats's new:
New engine of software allows to transform all textboxes to regular text.
PDF Focus .Net converts PDF documents with preserving:
General functions of PDF Focus .Net:
The component is absolutely standalone and doesn't require Adobe Acrobat and MS Word. It requires only Net 2.0 or higher platform.
edit existing pdf
PDF to ODT
PDF to WordML
PDF to OpenDocument
PDF to HTML
Convert PDF to DOC
PDF to XML
PDF to Rich Text Format
PDF to Word
PDF to RTF
PDF to TXT
PDF to MHTML
PDF to Office Open XML
Convert PDF to Word
Convert Word documents to PDF
Feb 03, 2009 09:50 AM|Tango542|LINK
As a part of Document Management I am in need to do the below.
1.Extract Text from PDF file page wise or book mark wise and save it in database.
2.Provide option for user to edit specific page or bookmark to reduce risk of going through complete page for updating version.
Here I am thinking to use Rich Text Editor to edit the extracted Text.
3.After Saving the changes, version is updated and when any user wish to see the document we will be creating document on the fly from text in database.
I am interested to see your product and need to clarify
Please let me know, So that we can go forward with your product.
May 16, 2011 09:09 AM|SautinSoft|LINK
Yes, it supports extracting text with formatting: bold, italic and underline.
So you may extract the text:
Feb 21, 2013 04:07 AM|SautinSoft|LINK
We are happy to offer new
PDF Focus .Net 3.0!
It's a really great breakthrough in the PDF conversion technology and we are proud to submit it.
Why is it so great?:
To start the process,
download the most fresh version of PDF Focus .Net.
Wants to see how it works in *.aspx page? See here:
Mar 03, 2014 12:33 PM|SautinSoft|LINK
We'd like to offer new version PDF Focus .Net 4.0.2!
Starting from this version you may choose any of four configurations of PDF Focus .Net:
This significantly decreases the starting price for the component. Let us say, the price for Picasso edition starts from $199.00.
We also offer 10% discount and even more for developers by request at
Feb 14, 2017 09:41 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
I do not think the Sautinsoft solution works very well for converting PDF to RTF.
I'm using the trial version, and most of the PDF's I convert displays correctly in Word 2016, but not in WordPad or the RichTextBox control for WinForms. The images either does not display at all or the images only displays partially. Yet, other RTF documents
that were not converted using PdfFocus, displays perfectly fine in the RichTextBox control.
I have emailed SautinSoft support regarding this but they do not seem to respond.