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New! Microsoft Customer Story
Microsoft has documented how one of our long-standing customers, ArchiTechKnowlegy Design Group, uses pdf2picture and Insert PDF in Visio to save their clients time and money while avoiding costly mistakes. Relying on our PDF to Visio conversion tools to transform PDF into the native Visio vector graphics format, ArchitechKnowledgy is able to edit PDF diagrams to at the object level produce remarkable, visually detailed, and accurate plans for smart home installers.
Learn how to open and edit PDF drawings and diagrams, and how to avoid the pitfalls along the way, in just 20 minutes. Developed for the PDF Association's OctoberPDFest, learn firsthand which PDF graphics can be edited, which can't, and how to tell the difference. It covers pesky issues like font mismatches while providing tips on working with groups, layers, and various file formats. While you're in the PDF zone, check out the other interesting sessions from OctoberPDFest - there are 31 in total!
There's no easier way to extract editable objects and text from your PDF files.
You can choose one file or dozens - there's no limit to how many files you can convert at once.
Pick the type of file that works best with your editing software. If it's Visio, choose WMF; if AutoCAD then DWG.
Click "Convert" and all the files will instantly be transformed into the format you chose. Now you can open and edit them!
Modify objects, edit text, change attributes. We cover it all - from simple application add-ins and plug-ins to desktop programs and a comprehensive set of developer tools for handling PDF conversion, creation and object data access.
Did you know that there were two basic types of PDF files? In a nutshell, vector PDF files are computer-generated and have tons of information in them about all of the objects and text in the file. We can extract this and give you a perfect match. On the other hand, raster PDF files are like photocopies. They are mostly produced by scanners and can't be converted easily.