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I used it many years ago, so I don't know what form it is now or whether it
However, what it was used for was extracting data from content that you
viewed on the screen and exporting it into a form that could be imported
into a database. You would display a page of the document used for imput and
draw fields on a template overlay. I don't know if it would help, I don't
know if it works with PDfs, and I don't know the cost...though I think it is
expensive. However, not knowing the magnitude of your project, expensive may
be a relative thing.
I'm not associated with the application or company.
Senior Technical Writer
jposada -at- book -dot- com
>I've had a request to come up with some method of converting data stored in
PDFs to data suitable to be stored in a SqlServer DB.
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