PdfRecognitionMode Class
Allows to control how a PDF document is converted into a word processing document.
Inheritance Hierarchy

Namespace: GroupDocs.Conversion.Options.Convert
Assembly: GroupDocs.Conversion (in GroupDocs.Conversion.dll) Version: (22.6)
public sealed class PdfRecognitionMode : Enumeration

The PdfRecognitionMode type exposes the following members.

Public methodPdfRecognitionMode
Serialization constructor
Public methodCompareTo
Compares current object to other.
(Inherited from Enumeration.)
Public methodEquals(Object)
Determines whether two object instances are equal.
(Inherited from Enumeration.)
Public methodEquals(Enumeration)
Determines whether two object instances are equal.
(Inherited from Enumeration.)
Public methodGetHashCode
Serves as the default hash function.
(Inherited from Enumeration.)
Public methodGetType (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodToString
Returns a string that represents the current object.
(Inherited from Enumeration.)
Public fieldStatic memberFlow
Full recognition mode, the engine performs grouping and multi-level analysis to restore the original document author's intent and produce a maximally editable document. The downside is that the output document might look different from the original PDF file.
Public fieldStatic memberTextbox
This mode is fast and good for maximally preserving original look of the PDF file, but editability of the resulting document could be limited. Every visually grouped block of text int the original PDF file is converted into a textbox in the resulting document. This achieves maximal resemblance of the output document to the original PDF file. The output document will look good, but it will consist entirely of textboxes and it could makes further editing of the document in Microsoft Word quite hard. This is the default mode.
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