Tool for extracting text and metadata from PDF documents, based on the Text Extraction Toolkit (TET). You can use it with programs that support Microsoft’s IFilter interface, such as SharePoint or SQL Server, to create a full-text index for PDF archives. Non-commercial use on desktop systems is free.
Manages scientific articles, automatically extracts metadata and adds documents opened in the web browser to the library with a simple mouse-click. Can insert comments and mark points in the text in PDF files. Document quotations can be correctly marked and inserted into OpenOffice and Word. Enables teams to work together on parts of articles over the network.
Virtual printer which allows the user to create PDF and PDF/A1-b documents in applications using the print function. Compatible with Citrix, can be flexibly configured and offers API interfaces for software developers. Available at no cost for private, non-commercial use. Fast and secure download from The H
Enables you to search for a barcode in scanned documents such as PDFs and to give the file a name according to the barcode; can also first split complete stacks of scanned-in pages into individual pages and then combine them again after naming.