A-PDF Content Splitter is an utility that lets you to split composite PDF documents (such as invoices, records or salaries) to pieces by invoice number, account number or employees name which statement in a pdf file.
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Description: A-PDF Content Splitter is a desktop utility program that lets you split Acrobat files into smaller pdf files base on location and text information within the files. It can be used to split composite PDF documents (such as invoices, records or salaries) to pieces by invoice number, account number or employees name which statement in a pdf file. A-PDF Content Splitter will locate the position, extract text and compare text, then generate small file. It provides a power split rule editor to allow you define how the file will be split and how the split output files are uniquely named. You even can define and save multiple rules to apply different type files.
A-PDF Content Splitter provides also a command line function, which can be called by script. It is useful when you want to split file automatically and/or periodically.
A-PDF Content Splitter does NOT require Adobe Acrobat, and produces documents compatible with Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 5 and above.
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