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#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 19, 2013 11:41:24 AM(UTC)

Travis  
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The attached C# project is in Visual Studio 2010 and uses LEADTOOLS version 18.0

This project will allow you to select any files support by LEADTOOLS and merge them into a single, searchable PDF.

You use the demo as follows:
- First you select multiple files (including DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, RTF, PDF, TIF, Multipaged TIF, PNG, etc).  Keep in mind the order the files are listed in, is the order they will be merged into the final PDF.
- Next you specify where to place the resulting file.
- Finally you press the "convert" button.

The program flow is as follows:
Once you press the "convert" button, the application queries each file looking for PDF files.  If a PDF is found, it determines if the file is already searchable.  If not, then it marked to be OCRed.
Once all files are marked to be OCR, they are recognized and saved in temporary files. Once all files have been recognized, the temporary files are converted to PDF.  Then all PDF's are merged into one final PDF.

File Attachment(s):
NET - V18 - Merge Documents to Searchable PDF.zip (1,318kb) downloaded 50 time(s).
Travis Montgomery
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