C++ API to merge PDF to Word

C++ Cloud SDK to combine PDF files and export the result to Word format

Use C++ library to merge PDF to Word via REST API. Easily combine two or more PDF files into a single Word file using C++.

Combine PDF to Word using C++ REST API

Easily merge PDF to Word format in C++ code. This C++ library is designed to combine multiple PDF files into a single Word file using the REST API, i.e. by passing HTTPS calls over the Internet.

This is a professional Cloud-native PDF to Word merging solution that provides C++ programmers with both great development flexibility and powerful features. Joining PDF files together is often used when it is necessary to create a set of Word documents of the same structure, each of which contains unique data. By merging files, you can automate your digital PDF/Word workflows and offload some routine parts of the process to fast and efficient document-processing C++ software.

Merge several PDF into one Word in C++

You may need to combine PDF files into a single Word file in many cases. For example, you may want to combine multiple PDF files together before printing or archiving.

PDF merging can be part of a whole integrated document-processing approach for generating Word documents from disparate data sources. Such tasks involve the use of a full-featured PDF/Word manipulation C++ library that will process a set of PDF files and merge them together in the shortest possible time, producing a compact and accurate Word result.

Merge PDF to Word in C++

To perform PDF to Word merging in C++, you need at least two source PDF files. For a quick start, please check out the C++ code example below.

C++ code example to merge PDF to DOCX using REST API
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using namespace aspose::words::cloud;

auto config = std::make_shared<ApiConfiguration>(L"####-####-####-####-####", 
   L"##################");
auto wordsApi = std::make_shared<WordsApi>(config);

auto document = std::shared_ptr<std::istream>(new std::ifstream(
   std::filesystem::path(L"Input1.pdf"), std::istream::binary));

auto mergeDocument = std::make_shared<aspose::words::cloud::models::DocumentEntry>();
// Load a document to append from the Cloud storage.
mergeDocument->setFileReference(
   std::make_shared<aspose::words::cloud::models::FileReference>(
      std::make_shared<std::wstring>(L"Input2.pdf"));
mergeDocument->setImportFormatMode(
   std::make_shared<std::wstring>(L"KeepSourceFormatting"));

auto documentEntries = 
   std::make_shared<std::vector<std::shared_ptr<aspose::words::cloud::models::DocumentEntry>>>();
documentEntries->push_back(mergeDocument);

auto documentList = 
   std::make_shared<aspose::words::cloud::models::DocumentEntryList>();
documentList->setDocumentEntries(documentEntries);
std::shared_ptr<requests::AppendDocumentOnlineRequest> appendDocumentOnline(
    new requests::AppendDocumentOnlineRequest(
        document, documentList
    )
);
wordsApi->appendDocumentOnline(appendDocumentOnline);
  
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How to use C++ to merge PDF to Word

  1. Install C++ SDK and add the reference (import the library) to your C++ project.
  2. Open the source PDF file in C++.
  3. Load a document to append from the Cloud storage.
  4. Call the 'appendDocumentOnline()' method, passing the output filename with the required extension.
  5. Get the combined result in Word format as a single file.

C++ library to merge PDF to WORD

Clone Aspose.Words Cloud SDK for C++ source code from GitHub. You can find detailed information on building and configuring the SDK in the "How to use the SDK" section.

To quickly get the necessary security credentials and access our REST API, please follow these Instructions in the documentation.

System Requirements

Refer to the Repository Documentation to see the details.

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