A-PDF Content Splitter
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000|
|File size:||3 MB|
Publisher description for A-PDF Content Splitter
A-PDF Content Splitter is an utility that lets you split Acrobat files into smaller pdf files base on location and text information within the files. It can be used to split composite PDF documents (such as Invoices, records or salaries) to pieces by invoice number, account number or employees name which statement in a pdf file. A command line version is included also. A-PDF Content Splitter will locate the position according the rule, Extract text and compare text, if the text is different then generate a new small file. Download the example PDF file. Unique split function Why A-PDF Content Splitter Unique Split Function The program provides an unique function that splits files based on content. It is extremely easy to split a PDF file into individual sections based on keywords. It is ideal for large invoicing, reporting and Payroll systems, where a single output file may contain many thousands of individual records that need to be extracted and distributed. Text within the document can be used to dynamically name output files and extracted to a delimited file for data storage. Visual Rule Editor A-PDF Content Splitter provides a power split rule editor to allow you define how the file will be split and how the split output files are uniquely named. You even can define and save multiple rules to apply to different files. Split Methods It supports 3 split methods: * Splits on unique text by using word position searches * Splits on find text by using word position searches * Splits on unique text by using word position searches and group output by unique text Flexible Tags There are two type tags, split tag and macro tag. Split tag can be used to trigger to split file and can be used in output name and properties. The macro tag can be used to output name and properties only. You can also use pascal-script to transform and validate tags, either split tag or macro tag.