Category: Tips and tricks

Video: How can I convert emails to PDF?

In this video tutorial you can see how to convert e-mails in Outlook (MSG) or MIME (EML) format to PDF using webPDF. Text formatting and graphic elements are retained. You can convert your emails into a PDF so that the message is displayed exactly as the email client displays it. Watch the video to see

Convert documents over bridges with Office and SharePoint

Various possibilities of conversion with webPDF With webPDF it is possible to convert countless formats. Among other things, you can convert HTML and websites into PDF documents very comfortably. In addition, there is the function of e-mail conversion. So you can convert e-mails in Outlook (MSG) or MIME (EML) format into PDF documents. Furthermore, there

How-to: Using the OCR webservice of webPDF 7

In this example the use of the OCR webservice of webPDF is presented. The OCR functions in webPDF are based on tesseract. By default the languages German, English, French, Spanish and Italian are supported. Languages can be added in the tesseract folder (see the webPDF manual for details). Currently languages with a “Multibyte Character Set”

How to use the webservices of webPDF 7 with options

This example shows how to pass options to the webservices of webPDF. In addition to the well-known “Converter” webservice, a second webPDF webservice called “Toolbox” is used in this example.  This example is based on our text “How to use the web services of webPDF 7“. If you don’t know this yet, it is recommended

How can I use the webservices of webPDF 7?

(This tutorial is created for webPDF 7 and following versions. The use of the webservice interfaces has changed fundamentally with this version. For webPDF 6 you can find this tutorial here.) Webservices of webPDF 7 This example shows how to use the webservices of webPDF. The webservice “Converter” is used to convert a selected file

How to use webPDF with Ruby via REST

This example shows how to use the webservices of webPDF with the scripting language Ruby via the REST interface. To follow this simple example on your PC you need a locally installed webPDF, Ruby version 2.x and any text editor. If you need help installing Ruby, please refer to Set up the project First,

10 helpful tips for working with PDF

Here are some simple tips to save you time and effort when working with PDF documents on the webPDF portal. 1. Merging multiple PDF files webPDF makes it easy to take multiple PDF documents and merge them into a single PDF. You can use the “Merge Documents” service on the webPDF portal to combine all

The ten most important tips for online applications

Classical application folders are less and less produced nowadays. Online applications are now preferred by many companies. Many companies often even offer their own application portals, which are the best way to apply online. This facilitates the application procedure (and the costs) for the applicants, but there are also some things you can do wrong

Tips and tricks: Convert HTML pages to PDF files

The webPDF portal makes it very easy to convert HTML pages into PDF format. With the URL Conversion service, you have the option of storing HTML documents as PDF documents according to your wishes. All you have to do is call up the URL in question. If the website is located in a protected area,

Overview of the most important file and graphic formats

Text formats and their endings: Docx: Microsoft Word documents (word processing) – Docx is the format of the latest version of MS Word. A docx file can contain text, images and graphics. Older Word versions may not be able to read the format.. TXT: Text file saved with the Microsoft Editor. TXT are plain text