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I recently wrote a little application to convert pages from a PDF to "lib/pdfbox- appjar:lib/commons-iojar" "$0" "[email protected]"!# import nvrehs.info Adobe Acrobat Reader is the most reliable, free global standard document management system available. View, edit, sign, and annotate PDF documents by . Adobe. Adobe Acrobat Reader: PDF Viewer, Editor & Creator Adobe Fill & Sign : Easy PDF Doc & Form Filler. Adobe Spark Post: Graphic design made easy.
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As you can see, the application just needs the name of a PDF file to convert, along with the page you want to start at and the page you want to end at. There are several ways I could make the application more convenient to use, but since I don't plan to use it that often, I can deal with its limitations.
You can also compile the application to a single Jar file that you can use on Linux or Windows.
I named the Scala shell script pdftotext. As a side note, if you wanted to see a how to include Jar files in a Scala shell script, b how to read command line arguments in a Scala shell script, or c how to precompile a Scala shell script, I hope that code is helpful. The source code for the GUI and shell script are open source, and you can find it here on Github. I have no idea what will happen if you try to extract content from PDF files that have multiple columns.
In summary, if you are looking for some code to convert a PDF to plain text, I hope you find this useful.