Acrobat

  Binstock 23:16 29 Jul 03
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Is it Possible, - using the New Acrobat v 6.0, -= to save a .pdf Document, - or CHANGE a .pdf Document, - to a .chm Document?

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  xania 09:19 30 Jul 03

If you are referring to the Acrobat Reader, then no. ALl you can do is read the file and, if not protected, print it out. You'll need the full program to do anything more.

  xania 09:19 30 Jul 03

If you are referring to the Acrobat Reader, then no. ALl you can do is read the file and, if not protected, print it out. You'll need the full program to do anything more.

  DieSse 09:24 30 Jul 03

You can cut sections out to the clipboard, and paste them into a different program, so V6 can be much more fexible than earlier versions.

Look for the select text tool.

  DieSse 09:28 30 Jul 03

You can also save a file as a text file - which should allow you to do pretty much what you want with it.

And you can copy images to the clipboard and insert them into other programs.

So experiment - you may well be able to do what you want. Just don't fall foul of copyright issues - most pdf files are commercial documents.

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