Convert DOCM to PDF in Java

High-speed Java library for converting DOCM to PDF

Use our document conversion API to create portable, robust and secure software in Java. This is a professional software solution to import and export DOCM, PDF, and many other document formats using Java.

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Convert DOCM to PDF in Java

For Java developers seeking a seamless solution to convert DOCM to PDF, Aspose.Words for Java provides an intuitive and straightforward file conversion API. Our solution allows Java developers to easily convert files from one format to another, making it an indispensable tool for automating file conversion tasks.

Whether you're working with DOCM, PDF or other file formats, Aspose.Words for Java covers them all and ensures the highest quality results. Test how the Java code works with your DOCM files right now.

Save DOCM as PDF in Java

The following example demonstrates how to convert DOCM to PDF with just a few lines of Java code. Start by including the Aspose.Words namespace in you Java project. Next, specify the path to the input file and create a Document object to load the DOCM content. You then need to specify the path to the PDF output file and use the save() method to save the result as PDF. The conversion API will determine the output file format based on the specified file extension.

Code example in Java to convert DOCM to PDF format
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// Repository path: https://releases.aspose.com/java/repo/
// Maven, where 'ver' - Aspose.Words version number, for example, 24.4.
<dependency>
  <groupId>com.aspose</groupId>
  <artifactId>aspose-words</artifactId>
  <version>ver</version>
  <classifier>jdk17</classifier>
</dependency>
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// Repository path: https://releases.aspose.com/java/repo/
// Gradle, where 'ver' - Aspose.Words version number, for example, 24.4.
compile(group: 'com.aspose', name: 'aspose-words', version: 'ver', classifier: 'jdk17')
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// Repository path: https://releases.aspose.com/java/repo/
// Ivy, where 'ver' - Aspose.Words version number, for example, 24.4.
<dependency org="com.aspose" name="aspose-words" rev="ver">
 <artifact name="aspose-words" m:classifier="jdk17" ext="jar"/>
</dependency>
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// Repository path: https://releases.aspose.com/java/repo/
// Sbt, where 'ver' - Aspose.Words version number, for example, 24.4.
libraryDependencies += "com.aspose" % "aspose-words" % "ver"
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import com.aspose.words.*;

Document doc = new Document("Input.docm");
doc.save("Output.pdf");
import com.aspose.words.*; Document doc = new Document("Input.docm"); doc.save("Output.pdf"); import com.aspose.words.*; Document doc = new Document("Input.docm"); for (int page = 0; page < doc.getPageCount(); page++) { Document extractedPage = doc.extractPages(page, 1); extractedPage.save(String.format("Output_%d.pdf", page + 1)); } import com.aspose.words.*; Document doc = new Document(); DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc); builder.insertImage("Input.docm"); doc.save("Output.pdf"); import com.aspose.words.*; Document doc = new Document(); DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc); Shape shape = builder.insertImage("Input.docm"); shape.getShapeRenderer().save("Output.pdf", new ImageSaveOptions(SaveFormat.pdf));
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How to convert DOCM to PDF Java

  1. Install Aspose.Words for Java.
  2. Add a library reference (import the library) to your Java project.
  3. Open the source DOCM file in Java.
  4. Call the save() method, passing an output filename with PDF extension.
  5. Get the result of DOCM conversion as PDF.

Java library to convert DOCM to PDF

We host our Java packages in Maven repositories. 'Aspose.Words for Java' is a common JAR file containing byte-code. Please follow the step-by-step instructions on how to install it to your Java developer environment.

System Requirements

Java SE 7 and more recent Java versions are supported. We also provide a separate package for Java SE 6 in case you are obliged to use this outdated JRE.

Our Java package is cross-platform and runs on all operating systems with JVM implementation, including Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS.

For information on optional package dependencies, such as JogAmp JOGL, Harfbuzz font engine, Java Advanced Imaging JAI, please refer to Product Documentation.

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