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Appligent PDF Utilities
Jul 17, 2001 02:44PM
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Appligent, Inc., technology provider of E-paper solutions is happy to offer the following six PDF Utilities for Mac OS X, completely free of charge. The utilities are all command line applications that can help the user retrieve various types of information from PDF (Portable Document Format) files or allow the user to perform a Save As action via the command line.

Appligent Utilities are available separate or in a complete package containing all six. They are as follows;

APGetFormFields - a utility for extracting form field information from a PDF Form.

APGetMetaData - will export XML Meta data on a document that has been saved in or created by Adobe Acrobat 5.

APGetBookmarks - get the complete bookmark tree with page numbers and named destinations.

APGetPageCount - returns the number of pages in a PDF document.

APGetInfo - provides text output of information similar to that found with Adobe Acrobat’s Document Information feature, with several added statistics.

APSaveAs - utility performs the same task as using the "Save As..." feature in Adobe Acrobat. It is a garbage collection save that further reduces the size of a file.

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