I can't believe this is a seven year old question and that no one has yet mentioned the undisputed king of converters (and viewers), Calibre.
From the Faq:
What formats does calibre support conversion to/from?
calibre supports the conversion of many input formats to many output
formats. It can convert every input format in the following list, to
Machine-readable PDF files can actually be opened in the current MS Word program. You just need to open the PDF using MS Word. A pop-up warning will appear and once you've confirmed this, it will open as a Word file where you can edit the content like a .doc file and save as PDF again once done.
However, this works only to machine-readable files. Meaning, ...
I think the answer is no.
A PDF file is basically a picture (or raster in GIS terminology)
To make a picture into Polygons, Lines etc you would have to put it into a GIS Software package (e.g. QGIS), make sure it's in the correct position on the Globe (Georeferencing) and then trace over the top (Digitize new features).
Also from a quick look at the ...
If you're interested in using a commercial product the LEADTOOLS SDK can perform this conversion for you. They have Xamarin libraries available for DocumentConversion.
The conversion also takes place on the device where the libraries are, so no internet connection is required. The libraries can ...
According to your question I think you can use Free.NET Word Library. It designed for developers to create, read, write, convert and print Word document files from any .NET platform. You can download it by using this link.
STDUViewer is free and has a similar session manager as pdf x-change editor (EXCELLENT but costly... save window layouts with sessions+more options than stduViewer)
Open Sumatra with Pre-Loaded books as tabs
Sumatra settings: Remember opened files+ create different ...
STDU Viewer http://www.stdutility.com/stduviewer.html offers a session manager and is free. You can save multiple sessions and load all files in a session or pick files from different session in the session manager. Very flexible but can't open certain (rarer) file types incl epub etc. With different folders of Portable Sumatra 3. different multi-tab session-...
Answering my own question: mupdf-gl build from Homebrew doesn't work (it seems to be expecting X11, even though it's the OpenGL build), but grabbing the latest tarball from the site and installing from source (make install) works just fine!
You can use the LEADTOOLS Document SDK technology in your application.
You can leverage the DocumentConverter class to convert any LEADTOOLS supported file format to any other LEADTOOLS supported file format (i.e. ePUB to PDF).
DISCLOSURE: I am an employee of the company offering this toolkit.
Here is some ...