Converting PDF's

  griffo 17:20 25 Oct 04
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Can anyone please advise me if it's possible to convert a PDF into an editable document (ie; Word) using Adobe Acrobat 5.0 ?

  sean-278262 18:07 25 Oct 04

no you cannot do that as pdfs where created to protect copyright material(correct me if I am wrong). It can be done with pay for software but I dont know of any free software that will do it.

  bretsky 18:19 25 Oct 04

Look at this thread click here

bretsky ;0)

  griffo 20:19 25 Oct 04

thanks for that - worth a thought. However, in that thread it was mentioned that the full version of Acrobat allows editing. I have Acrobat 5.0 so can I do it there, if so, do you/anyone know how?

  TomJerry 20:24 25 Oct 04

for example Scansoft PDF Converter click here

there is another better way, contact authors.

If a pdf file is protected, nothing you can do. But you can alway print out, and scan it and use a OCR program to convert.

There us always a way for anything.

  sparky boy 21:14 25 Oct 04

Try
click here
I got a copy on a magazine cd some months ago for free it works great

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