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You can change PDF properties by using Syncfusion’s Essential PDF (.NET PDF library). KB: https://www.syncfusion.com/kb/9502/how-to-change-the-pdf-properties-using-c-and-vb-net The whole suite of controls is available for free (commercial applications also) through the community license program if you qualify. The community license is the full product with ...


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This is a simple job and theoretically any PDF library should be able to do it. With PDF4NET you can do it like this: PDFFixedDocument document = new PDFFixedDocument(pdfFileName); if (document.DocumentInformation != null) { document.DocumentInformation.Author = ""; document.DocumentInformation.Producer = ""; // Save it only ...


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There's Readiris for Mac. It's not something I use a lot, so idk if there's anything significantly better. Mine came free with my HP MF printer. They do a 30-day trial, so you could see if it suits you.


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well from my research I found this link https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/translator/migrate-to-v3 I hope it helps


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All current versions of PDF-XChange Editor will allow you to do this. Simply go to the Comment menu and select the Pencil tool. There is also an Eraser tool for your convenience. You can customize the toolbars to place those tools on any toolbar of your choosing, or even a brand new custom toolbar. I have personally used PDF-XChange Editor, and I find the ...


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You can make high quality PDF reports, presentations and interactive websites using R Markdown and RStudio. LaTeX and BibTeX support is built in; and it uses pandoc to convert .rmd files to other output formats (including PDFs and HTML pages). In fact, if you want to organise your content like a book, then you should take a look at the bookdown package for R....


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If you can use Java environment then you can have a look at CERMINE, a product from research paper in springer CERMINE. Codes can be found at Here.


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What I'm using elsewhere is Pandoc (https://pandoc.org/) on a Windows box. You can schedule a PowerShell script to check a folder or something else to pick up the conversions. pandoc -s -t latex README -o readme.tex pdflatex readme.tex


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There is a project on GitHub which converts abbyXML into hOCR. hOCR itself is XHTML, which means, that you could display it in the browser, right away, by simply loading it. You will need an XSL-T processor to do the transformation, however. The recommended one, these days, would be SaxonHE, which is the open-source edition of Saxon. Converting the XML into ...


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You can refer Syncfusion PDF library.Essential PDF provides support for interactive annotations.You can add, delete and modify the annotation from the PDF documents.


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