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How to convert PDF to XML in VB6 with ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK

This tutorial will show how to convert PDF to XML in VB6

On this page you will learn from code samples for programming in VB6.Writing of the code to convert PDF to XML in VB6 can be done by developers of any level using ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK. ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK: the Software Development Kit (SDK) that is designed to help developers with 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. It can convert PDF to XML in VB6.

The SDK samples like this one below explain how to quickly make your application do convert PDF to XML in VB6 with the help of ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK. This VB6 sample code is all you need for your app. Just copy and paste the code, add references (if needs to) and you are all set! Implementing VB6 application typically includes multiple stages of the software development so even if the functionality works please test it with your data and the production environment.

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Form1.frm
      
VERSION 5.00 Begin VB.Form Form1 Caption = "PDF to XML" ClientHeight = 1095 ClientLeft = 120 ClientTop = 465 ClientWidth = 3675 LinkTopic = "Form1" ScaleHeight = 1095 ScaleWidth = 3675 StartUpPosition = 3 'Windows Default Begin VB.CommandButton cmd_pdf_to_xml Caption = "Convert PDF to XML" 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_xml_Click() ' Hanlde Error On Error GoTo ErrorHandler: ' Create Bytescout.PDFExtractor.XMLExtractor object Set extractor = CreateObject("Bytescout.PDFExtractor.XMLExtractor") ' Set Registration name and key extractor.RegistrationName = "demo" extractor.RegistrationKey = "demo" ' Load sample PDF document extractor.LoadDocumentFromFile "sample.pdf" ' Peform Save to XML file extractor.SaveXMLToFile "output.xml" ' Show Success Message MsgBox "Extracted data saved to 'output.xml' 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_XML.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="PDFToXML" 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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