Export to Word feature in DC API

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Nov 14, 2019

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The quality of docx produced is exceptional compared to most.

Is there an API available to incorporate this export feature in our application or can I run DC/Export as a command line command ?

Appreciate any suggestions

 

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Jan Urbanski

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Acrobat SDK and JavaScript, Edit and convert PDFs, Standards and accessibility

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Export to Word feature in DC API

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The quality of docx produced is exceptional compared to most.

Is there an API available to incorporate this export feature in our application or can I run DC/Export as a command line command ?

Appreciate any suggestions

 

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Jan Urbanski

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Hi,

 

It is my understanding that the current Adobe Acrobat DC doesn't support that type of command line PDF file conversion,

 

See this thread: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11341073/how-to-convert-pdf-to-word-using-acrobat-sdk

 

You may need to use a third party Java scripting tool (not javascript), like ASPOSE for example, or ask the same question in a .Net Microsoft support forum and see what they got.

 

However, you can achieve this using javascripting in your PDF document which will allow you to automate the process and promote workflow in your work organization.

 

See the following  step by step  guide by Thom Parker on how to do this by "placing a custom save button on a form":   https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/how-save-pdf-acrobat-javascript

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Thank you - these pointers are very interesting

Jan

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