I downloaded "adobe acrobat x pro" for trying the "save as"/export functionality to xml/htm/text etc. and the result was exactly what I was looking for in terms of output, keeping formatting etc.
However, I am building an application which need to have an embeded library in order to do pdf to html/txt/xml conversion on the fly keeping formatting.
I have tried a number of libraries for pdf to html/txt/xml conversion an none of them deliver anything near what adobe acrobat x pro does in terms om keeping format/tables etc.
So, my question is how can I get access to the "save as"/export functionality in adobe acrobat x pro in any official adobe library, sdk, service, product etc. since I assume acrobat x pro does not expose any api for convert functionality or may be used serverside?
It sounds like you want to use Acrobat as a web service. Rather than pursue this route, you may want to note that such a use of Acrobat is not permitted under the license. Thus it may not worth pursuing. Why convert to HTML is a possible question anyway, at least on a regular basis? On occasions I can understand the need.
For programmable features you should probably check in the SDK forum.
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