PDF ---> VEP

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PDF ---> VEP

Postby 0kc0mputer on Thu Jan 08, 2004 9:57 pm

I have a 3 page form that I need to re-create into VEP so I can overlay it with users data. Is there a way to convert existing PDFs to a VEP form? If not, do you think you will have that added functionality in the near future?
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Postby John on Thu Jan 08, 2004 11:06 pm

This has been discussed before and the main problem was to detect the changes in
different programming languages, detect loops, databases and reproduce it
exactly to the VEP editor. This is very complex to code and the results maybe
different as you get from the PDF document.

But there is a way that can be done, and quite sure it will be used on future releases;
we will create a new function on the aspEasyPDF library that will save the document in VEP format,
then you will have the same exact PDF document into the VEP editor.

For this feature you will have to wait some time because we are working right now on
the VisualEasyPDF 2.0 ( practically finished ) and on the new MITEasyPDF.Net product,
after publishing those versions then we could start to work on the SaveVEP format from
the aspEasyPDF library.
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