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New Text Extraction Software


Adeptol has released new text extraction software that is optimized for 150 file formats. Adeptol Text Extraction is a Java-based application that can be deployed on Windows or Linux, and can be used to extract text from dozens of file formats (including Microsoft Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, Microsoft Office 2007, Open Office, PDF, and more) and output to a text file or text stream, which can be saved into a database or passed on to other application.

The software is designed to empower developers to extract text at fast rates (up to 15,000+ words per second), then use the extracted text within their applications or for search indexing purposes.The extracted text data stream can be processed by content aggregation tools and used for storing, publishing, archiving, or searching. The output can be created in the form of a data stream or a text file and automated for directly importing the information into a database or repository of file system.


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