If you have Pdf To Excel Conversion Pro, there may be a simpler way. Go to File > Export and you are presented with a number of choices, including Microsoft Word, Rich Text and Plain Text. Want to batch process multiple files? Again, at least a couple of ways to do it, but the simplest might be to go to File > Export > Multiple Files. Pick all the files you want and you're on your way. Another option to batch-process would be to go to Advanced > Document Processing > Batch Processing and select Save All as RTF. Add all the files you want in the popup window and let it run. EDIT. It appears Pdf To Excel Conversion Reader also allows you to save a document as text or Word Online. Batch processing may not be an option with the free Pdf To Excel Conversion Reader though.
To get PDF output, you have 2 options: The first is to use convert() method within the document class and pass the list of documents, or you can use the File. ReadFile() to access content of the .dock and .ppm files. In both the cases the conversion will be performed on client-side for subsequent reading. The second option is to pass a list of file mime type to the API. You can access them using File. Open() method, but you will not be able to convert from text based to PDF with these methods. See PDF documentation for all the supported file formats. The above API provides a way to convert from PDF to all other supported file formats. Conversion methods are not thread safe The conversion methods are not thread safe. They will fail on multiple threads simultaneously. Thus, one of two things will happen when you open a PDF file on another thread: PDF..