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ServPDF - a web based Office to PDF Converter Server PDF Print E-mail

ServPDF is a web based Microsoft Office to PDF Converter Server which is based on SPYCE (Python Server Pages) and also uses COM Automation to convert Office documents to Postscript and then to PDF.

The installer includes:

  • The Python Language
  • The Python Windows Extensions Pywin32
  • SPYCE (Python Server Pages)
  • The Server application
  • A Postscript printer driver


  • Easy to install
  • Userfriendly Webinterface
  • Support of Hyperlinks, PDFMarks, comments, ... via PDF-T-Maker
  • Freeware/Open Source
  • Can be modified/extended for other document types/converter via Python Scripting

Conversion directions:

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, HTML, txt) to Postscript and PDF
  • PDF and Postscript to Image (JPG, PNG, TIFF)
  • PDF to Postscript
  • The Download-Link of ServPDF

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 February 2006 )
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