PDF to DOC transfer
Thread poster: Myron Netchypor
| | samehme
Local time: 08:20
English to Arabic
There are 2 ways, that I know of, for doing this. If you have Adobe Acrobat, then you can use the Save As command from the file menu and select the rtf option. Or, if you only have Acrobat reader, then you can select the text, copy it, and then paste it in MS Word.
Hope that helps.
| Abby fine reader is a good option || Aug 29, 2004 |
And there are plenty of postings on this topic (pdf2doc). All are really informative. Not to repeat all that have been said, may I suggest you to search the forum?
| | Selcuk Akyuz
Local time: 19:20
English to Turkish
| | Heinrich Pesch
Local time: 18:20
Finnish to German
| Be careful, that the order is conserved || Aug 30, 2004 |
Often some textblocks get mixed up when copying selected text into Word. Finereader is the best, it removes also the carriage returns after each line. Atherwise there is no much use of your TM, because you get only chunks of text which break up in the middle of sentences.
Finereader has an trial version (14 days).
Thanks to all of you!
And to share my experience with all who will come upon the need to convert PDF2Doc - I tried FineReader 6.0 (trial version). Heinrich, you are right - it works perfect!!!
Thanks once again!
| | Beatrice T
Local time: 17:20
German to Italian
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