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How to convert PDF to text in VB6 using ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK

This code in VB6 shows how to convert PDF to text with this how to tutorial

Sample source code below will show you how to cope with a difficult task like convert PDF to text in VB6. Want to convert PDF to text in your VB6 app? ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK is designed for it. ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK is the SDK is designed to help developers with pdf tables and pdf data extraction from unstructured documents like pdf, tiff, scans, images, scanned and electronic forms. The library is powered by OCR, computer vision and AI to provide unique functionality like table detection, automatic table structure extraction, data restoration, data restructuring and reconstruction. Supports PDF, TIFF, PNG, JPG images as input and can output CSV, XML, JSON formatted data. Includes full set of utilities like pdf splitter, pdf merger, searchable pdf maker and other utilities.

Fast application programming interfaces of ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK for VB6 plus the instruction and the code below will help you quickly learn how to convert PDF to text. In order to implement the functionality, you should copy and paste this code for VB6 below into your code editor with your app, compile and run your application. Use of ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK in VB6 is also explained in the documentation included along with the product.

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Form1.frm
      
VERSION 5.00 Begin VB.Form Form1 Caption = "PDF to Text" ClientHeight = 1095 ClientLeft = 120 ClientTop = 465 ClientWidth = 3675 LinkTopic = "Form1" ScaleHeight = 1095 ScaleWidth = 3675 StartUpPosition = 3 'Windows Default Begin VB.CommandButton cmd_pdf_to_text Caption = "Convert PDF to Text" Height = 855 Left = 120 TabIndex = 0 Top = 120 Width = 3495 End End Attribute VB_Name = "Form1" Attribute VB_GlobalNameSpace = False Attribute VB_Creatable = False Attribute VB_PredeclaredId = True Attribute VB_Exposed = False Private Sub cmd_pdf_to_text_Click() ' Hanlde Error On Error GoTo ErrorHandler: ' Create Bytescout.PDFExtractor.TextExtractor object Set extractor = CreateObject("Bytescout.PDFExtractor.TextExtractor") ' Set Registration name and key extractor.RegistrationName = "demo" extractor.RegistrationKey = "demo" ' Load sample PDF document extractor.LoadDocumentFromFile "sample.pdf" ' Peform Save to Text file extractor.SaveTextToFile "output.txt" ' Show Success Message MsgBox "Extracted data saved to 'output.text' file.", vbInformation, "Success" ' Close form Unload Me ErrorHandler: If Err.Number <> 0 Then MsgBox Err.Description, vbInformation, "Error" End If End Sub

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PDF_To_Text.vbp
      
Type=Exe Reference=*\G{00020430-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}#2.0#0#..\..\..\..\..\..\..\..\..\Windows\SysWOW64\stdole2.tlb#OLE Automation Reference=*\G{F1D62CEE-68AA-4F38-9DB0-8021C13255D8}#9.1#0#..\..\..\..\..\..\..\..\..\WINDOWS\SYSWOW64\Bytescout.PDFRenderer.tlb#ByteScout PDF Renderer SDK [TRIAL] Form=Form1.frm Startup="Form1" Command32="" Name="PDFToText" HelpContextID="0" CompatibleMode="0" MajorVer=1 MinorVer=0 RevisionVer=0 AutoIncrementVer=0 ServerSupportFiles=0 VersionCompanyName="Hiren" CompilationType=0 OptimizationType=0 FavorPentiumPro(tm)=0 CodeViewDebugInfo=0 NoAliasing=0 BoundsCheck=0 OverflowCheck=0 FlPointCheck=0 FDIVCheck=0 UnroundedFP=0 StartMode=0 Unattended=0 Retained=0 ThreadPerObject=0 MaxNumberOfThreads=1

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