Split Files via Python for .NET

Files splitting with the help of server-side Python for .NET Library.

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Split Files Using Python for .NET Library

Need just part of your large files? To separate one or more parts from your document, you must split the pages of the original file. In order to split files, we’ll use Aspose.PDF for Python API which is a feature-rich, powerful, and easy-to-use document manipulation API for python-net platform. Open NuGet package manager, search for Aspose.PDF and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console. Our software tool also provides developers to split Word, PDF, HTML, TXT, and DOCX documents into parts. For more details please learn Documentation Pages.

Split documents via Python

You need Aspose.PDF for .NET to try the code in your environment.

  1. Load the PDF with an instance of Document.
  2. Create a new Document class object to split PDF pages.
  3. Add current page to the document.
  4. Save current page as a separate PDF

System Requirements

Just make sure that you have the following prerequisites.

  • Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with .NET Framework, .NET Core, and PHP, VBScript, Delphi, C++ via COM Interop.
  • Development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio.
  • Aspose.PDF for .NET DLL referenced in your project.

How to split PDFs using Python

With the Aspose.PDF for Python library, you can split large PDF documents. Splitting a PDF document is a common use case when working with PDF documents. It helps reduce the size of a PDF file by breaking large documents into smaller files to send via email.

Split PDF - Python.

This sample code shows how to split PDF file - Python

	doc = aspose.pdf.Document("1.pdf")

	pdf_editor = aspose.pdf.PdfFileEditor()
	pdf_editor.Extract(path_source, 1, doc.Pages.Count / 2, "pdf_half.pdf")

How to split HTML files using Python

HTML documents can be large as they can contain text, images, charts, and more. You may need to separate HTML files according to different requirements or use cases. The Aspose.PDF for Python library will help you with this task.

Split HTML - Python.

This sample code shows how to split HTML file - Python

	doc = aspose.pdf.Document("test.pdf");

	# save input html to pdf to file
	doc = aspose.pdf.Document("1.html", HtmlLoadOptions);
	doc.Save("test.pdf", SaveFormat.PDF);

	# slit first page
	pdf_editor = aspose.pdf.PdfFileEditor();
	pdf_editor.SplitFromFirst("test.pdf", 1, "test.pdf");
	doc.Save("html_first.html", SaveFormat.HTML);

How to split TXT files using Python

The Aspose.PDF for Python library allows Python developers to split TXT files into separate parts. The function of splitting a TXT document into separate files will help you work with different sections of a large document at the same time and for several users. Splitting a TXT document will speed up and streamline your work. Use the following code snippet to extract the pages of your TXT file.

Split TXT - Python.

This sample code shows how to split TXT file - Python

	# save input text to pdf to file
	doc = aspose.pdf.Document("1.txt", TxtLoadOptions())
	doc.Save("test.pdf", SaveFormat.PDF)
	index = 1

	pages = pdf_editor.SplitToPages("test.pdf")
	pdf_editor = aspose.pdf.PdfFileEditor()

	for ms in pages:
		page = aspose.pdf.Document(ms)
		text_absorber = aspose.pdf.TextAbsorber()
		extracted_text = text_absorber.Text
		file = open("text_"+str(index)+".txt", "w+")
		index = index + 1

About Aspose.PDF for Python API

A PDF Processing Library to create cross-platform applications with the ability to generate, modify, convert, render, secure and print documents without using Adobe Acrobat. It supports converting various file formats into PDF including HTML and converting PDF documents into various output formats. Developers can easily render all HTML content in a single Page PDF as well as convert HTML files with SVG graphic tags to Tagged PDF files. .NET PDF API offers compression, table creation, graph & image functions, hyperlinks, stamp and watermarking tasks, extended security controls & custom font handling.