## How to convert PDF file to Windows WMF file?

To convert PDF file to Windows WMF file, A tool called pdf to vector converter can be thought to be chosen. It can convert PDF file to many scalable vector graphics formats and windows WMF file is just one of those.

First and foremost, you need to download it. Tow websites can be considered:

Secondly, uncompress the downloaded files, open the folder and find the file whose  extension name is exe.

Thirdly, click on start button of desktop. find the tag run on the appeared menu and click on it. At this time, there will come out a dialogue box on desktop. Input the command cmd and hit the button“OK”. It is shown:

Fourthly, after the above step a window will be popped out. There is a dos command cd which need to be used to change the path. The specific usage of cd is as follows.

For example, the exe file is  in the folder called pdf2vec which is in disc d. And now you need to do it according to these steps.

Up to this step, you have found the path of the exe file.

Fifthly, the exe file should be used to convert pdf file to windows wmf file. To assume that the exe file is called pdf2vec.exe, The first thing you need to do is to type this command “pdf2vec.exe D:\test\test.pdf c:\test.wmf”. This command is to convert test.pdf of the folder test in disc d into a windows wmf file which is stored in disc c. The specific details are shown:

By the way, the storage location can be wherever you want  and so can the object filename. Just as is seen from this chart, a Windows WMF file has been gotten.

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## Being able to convert eps to svg

I downloaded and tried out your software over the weekend and wasn't able to find a combination of your tools that would do what we need.  If you could shine any light on whether it is possible or not I would greatly appreciate it.

We have created a garment design tool in Flash that uses svg as its storage and display system and we would like users to be able to upload eps files that can be displayed in our design tool.  So we need an image library that allows us to read eps files and save them as svg.  It doesn't look like that is an option from what I could tell from all the demos and documentation that I looked at.
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Thanks for your message, you can by following steps to convert EPS to SVG format,

1. Convert EPS file to PDF file by our Postscript to PDF Converter product first,

http://www.verydoc.com/ps-to-pdf.html

you can run following command line to convert your EPS file to PDF file,

ps2pdf.exe C:\test.eps C:\test.pdf

2. Convert PDF file to SVG format by our PDF to Vector Converter product,

http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-vector.html

you can run following command line to convert the PDF file to SVG file,

pdf2vec.exe C:\test.pdf C:\test.svg

we hoping above two steps will assist you to convert from EPS file to SVG file properly.

VeryDOC
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Thanks for the information.  I need to be able to do this on the backend of an ASP.NET C# project, and the dll files for the Vector Converter are only for C and C++.  Are there dlls that can be used from C# that I missed in my sample downloads?
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We are provide Postscript to PDF Converter SDK and PDF to Vector Converter SDK products too, you can download Postscript to PDF Converter SDK and PDF to Vector Converter SDK products from our website, these SDK products can be called from C and C++ languages,

The following is the VC++ source code which can be used to convert from Postscript files and EPS files to PDF files,

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__declspec(dllexport)
int WINAPI VeryPDF_PSToPDF(LPCTSTR lpCommand);

void main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
if(argc < 2)
{
printf("test.exe C:\\test.ps\n");
printf("test.exe C:\\test.ps C:\\test.pdf\n");
return;
}
char szCommandLine[2048] = {0};

//sprintf(szCommandLine,"ps2pdf -mode 2 -$\"%s\" ",lpLicenseKey); sprintf(szCommandLine,"ps2pdf -$ \"%s\" ",lpLicenseKey);
for(int i = 1; i < argc; i++)
{
strcat(szCommandLine, " \"");
strcat(szCommandLine, argv[i]);
strcat(szCommandLine, "\"");
}
int nRet = 0;
if(1)
nRet = VeryPDF_PSToPDF(szCommandLine);
else
{
char *lpszFiles[] = {
"C:\\Test 2 Page.pdf",
"C:\\Test 4 Page.pdf",
"C:\\Test 6 Page.pdf"
};
for(i = 0; i < sizeof(lpszFiles)/sizeof(char*); i++)
{
sprintf(szCommandLine,"ps2pdf -$\"%s\" -pdf2ps \"",lpLicenseKey); strcat(szCommandLine, lpszFiles[i]); strcat(szCommandLine, "\" \""); strcat(szCommandLine, lpszFiles[i]); strcat(szCommandLine, ".ps\""); nRet = VeryPDF_PSToPDF(szCommandLine); printf("nRet = %d, %s\n", nRet, szCommandLine); } } printf("nRet = %d\n", nRet); } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You can use following VC++ source code to convert from PDF files to SVG files, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ __declspec(dllexport) int WINAPI VeryPDF_PDF2Vector(LPCTSTR lpCommand); __declspec(dllexport) int WINAPI VeryPDF_PDF2VectorFromMemory(LPBYTE lpPDFData, int nDataLen, LPCTSTR lpstrOutFile, LPCTSTR lpCommand); int ConvertPDFToOtherFormatsFromMemory(char *lpInFile, char *lpOutFile) { LPBYTE lpData = NULL; int nLength = 0; FILE *file = fopen(lpInFile,"rb"); if(!file) return -1001; nLength = _filelength(fileno(file)); if(nLength <= 0) { fclose(file); return -1002; } lpData = new BYTE[nLength]; if(lpData == NULL) return -1003; fread(lpData,1,nLength,file); fclose(file); int nRet = VeryPDF_PDF2VectorFromMemory(lpData, nLength, lpOutFile, "pdf2vec -swfburst2"); delete []lpData; return nRet; } void main(int argc, char **argv) { if(argc < 3) { printf("%s C:\\in.pdf C:\\out.emf\n", argv[0]); printf("%s C:\\in.pdf C:\\out.wmf\n", argv[0]); printf("%s C:\\in.pdf C:\\out.pcl\n", argv[0]); printf("%s C:\\in.pdf C:\\out.swf\n", argv[0]); printf("%s C:\\in.pdf C:\\out.ps\n", argv[0]); printf("%s C:\\in.pdf C:\\out.eps\n", argv[0]); return; } char *lpLicenseKey = "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"; char szCommandLine[1024]; sprintf(szCommandLine,"pdf2vec -$ \"%s\" ",lpLicenseKey);
for(int i = 1; i < argc; i++)
{
strcat(szCommandLine, " \"");
strcat(szCommandLine, argv[i]);
strcat(szCommandLine, "\"");
}
int nRet = VeryPDF_PDF2Vector(szCommandLine);
printf("VeryPDF_PDF2Vector, Return value: %d\n", nRet);

char *lpInFile = argv[argc-2];
char *lpOutFile = argv[argc-1];
nRet = ConvertPDFToOtherFormatsFromMemory(lpInFile, lpOutFile);
printf("VeryPDF_PDF2VectorFromMemory, Return value: %d\n", nRet);
}
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http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2vec_sdk.zip

http://www.verydoc.com/ps2pdfsdk.zip

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## How to convert PDF file to Windows EMF file?

A kind of software called pdf to vector converter has to be used, if you want to convert PDF file to Windows EMF file. It is a converter which can convert PDF file to many scalable vector graphics formats.

Second, extract from this file and a file folder will be gotten. Open it and find the file “pdf2vec.exe” which is what you need.

Third, click on the tag run which will come out after you click on the button start on the taskbar. A dialogue box will be turned up on desktop. Type cmd and click on “OK”.

Fourth, after those steps, a window will be appeared. The first thing you need to do is to change the location using the dos command cd. Specific as follows:

For example, the pdf2vec.exe is located in the folder called pdf2vec_cmd which is on desktop. And now you need to type “cd desktop\pdf2vec_cmd”and press enter.

And then, the window will show as follows:

Fifth, you need to use pdf2vec.exe to convert the pdf file into a windows emf file. The specific are:  type “pdf2vec.exe D:\test\test.pdf c:\test.emf”, which means to convert test.pdf in the folder test of disc d into a windows emf file. Among this, “c:” means that the object file is located in the disc c and “test.emf” is the filename. The details are:

After those are done, you can go to disc c to check it.

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## How to convert a PDF file to Word document?

Method 1

Step 1: Click the button Add PDF File as marked by the red rectangle as follows:

Step 2: Choose a PDF file , and then click the button Open.

If you want to convert more PDF files, please repeat step 1 and 2;

if not, go to  step 3.

Step 3: Chose the file, and then click the button Convert.

step 4: Name the new file in the added box and click the button Save.

Method 2

Step 1: Drag a PDF file to the list box.

Step 2: Repeat  step 3 and 4 in the first method.

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## How to Use PDF to Vector Converter Product?

PDF to Vector converter is a kind of tool which can convert PDF files to other scalable vector graphics formats like emf, wmf, ps and so on. If this is the first time that you use it, the next can be useful for you.
First, click the menu "start" on desktop.

Second, find the tag "run" and click on it. After that, A dialogue box will be popped out. And then, you need to input three letters cmd and click on the button OK.

Third, you need to use the command “cd” which is used to show you the location of PDF to vector converter in the window named  c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe. These are what you need to know.

For example, the location of PDF to Vector Converter Product is “c:\documents and settings\admin\desktop\pdf2vec_cmd”, but the part which is circled by red line is “c:\documents and settings\admin”. At this time, “cd desktop\pdf2vec_cmd”has to be inputted and press “Enter”. What will be showed is

At last, input this command “pdf2vec.exe D:\test\test.pdf D:\test\test.emf”. This command means that a pdf file test is converted to an emf file called test too . The details are:

There is a simple way to type these letters “D:\test\test.pdf D:\test\test.emf”. Find the file you want to convert, drag it to the window c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe and loose it. Then you get the first location. So does the second.

If you want other format files, “emf” of “D:\test\test.emf” just should be changed into the format you want. After those, you do get what you want.

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