If you want to convert PDF to XPS or other types of vector images, you might be interested in VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter. This is a professional application designed for developers and servers. But if you are just a single user, you can also use it to help you convert PDF to XPS very easily. The output formats include XPS, PCL, EPS, HPGL, EMF, WMF, Postscript (PS), SWF (Flash), etc. It can be called via any programming or scripting languages, including Delphi, PHP, C/C++, C#, ASP and Visual Basic, etc.
You can download the SOFTWARE from the webpage of VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter. Please decompress the file and then do as follows to convert PDF to XPS.
1. Open a command prompt window
There are different ways to open a command prompt window according to different operating systems. Assuming you are under Windows XP, you should click Start, > click Run, > type cmd in the Run dialog box, > and click OK.
2. View the usage
To view the usage of the application, you should type the directory and file name of the executable file on the command prompt window. Supposing you have put the installation folder on disk C, you can type C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe on the command prompt window and press Enter. The usage, description, options, and examples will be shown on the interface. You can find the usage under the description part as illustrated below.
3. Type a command line and press Enter
Now, please type a command line based on the usage:
Usage: pdf2vec.exe [options] [Options] <PDF Files>
C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe C:\in.pdf -firstpage 2 -lastpage 10 D:\out.xps
Set page range when convert PDF to XPS. It can convert the pages ranging from 2 to 10 into a XPS file.
C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe E:\in.pdf -pagerange 250-300 D:\out.xps
Set page range, too. The option –pagerange can be used to instead of the two options: -firstpage and -lastpage
C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe D:\in.pdf -pv2rnolinks D:\out.xps
Delete the original links. -pv2rnolinks is the option which can help you convert PDF to XPS with no hyperlinks.
C:\pdf2vec_cmd\pdf2vec.exe E:\*.pdf D:\*.xps
This is an example for batch conversion. You can convert multiple PDF to multiple XPS in a batch.
The following are some other options:
- -xres <int> : set Y resolution to output format
- -yres <int> : set Y resolution to output format
- -mapfont : map fonts by mapfont.ini file
- -noextname : don't append suffix to filename of first page
- -winfont : use Windows fonts to instead of embedded fonts
- -winfont2 : force to use Windows fonts to instead of all embedd
The trial version of VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter can be used for many times. Please try to use it to convert PDF to any vector format as you want. If you want to buy the application, please visit: http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-vector.html