Use this method to render the PDF.
The output is a render of the current Doc.Rect of the current
Any page rotation specified in the PDF page is applied so that
the output render is the correct orientation. This may mean that
the output width and height are transposed copies of the width and
height as specified in the Doc.Rect.
The file path extension determines the format of the output. The
file name extensions which may be used are .TIF, .TIFF, .JPG, .GIF,
.PNG, .BMP, .JP2, .PSD, .EMF, .PS and .EPS.
JP2 is used for the JPEG 2000 format. EMF is a vector rather
than raster format which can be useful when you require resolution
independence and smaller files. PS is raw vector
PostScript-compatible output. EPS is the Encapsulated Postscript
format. The particular type of EPS produced by ABCpdf conforms to
the DSC (Document Structuring Conventions) standard, which is a
subset of EPS intended to make EPS files more usable.
In addition you can render to any of the file types specified as
part of the GetText method - .TXT, .SVG, .SVG+ and .SVG+2.