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I have acrobat profesional 6.0 and would like to be able to be abe to edit and/or revise scanned docs that were prepared for internal office use but were not save to docs. I have read the instructions on the Acrobat "help" program and even bought a guide book. Both only go so far and I cannot get any help online.
I guess I'm not sure exactly what you're asking. What you haven't mentioned is that you may also need an "OCR" program, for Optical Character Recognition, to turn those scaned images back into editable text. I'll warn you that it's a lot of work.
is there any software free, that convert all files to pdf ?
Yes, there are many.
how do i repair my microsoft word to be able to convert word docs to pdf? i was able to do this before but now, i couldn't seem to convert word docs into pdf anymore. i tested if this is the case with excel, powerpoint and html files, but they are working perfectly.
i'd really appreciate if you can help me on this. thanks.
Please read the article you just commented on. Word (and Excel) do not convert to PDF natively. You must have one of the PDF creation tools installed.
Hello Leo. At the top of this page you say that you can download adobe's free reader. Is that a trial to buy program or is it a free download? If its a free download where can I download it?
Let me know please and thanks a lot for your help. Rianna
Adobe reader is free. http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
For the mean time, this is an issue but come along Microsoft Office 2007 and its all change. I've been testing the beta of Office 2007 and can tell you that there is a built in "save as PDF" feature, much like OpenOffice - if you can find it in the completely redesigned user interface!
I have a very strange problem. When I try to convert a doc. file to pdf, my Adobe Acrobat professional 6.0 simply opens my MS Word 2003 and stops there. No error message or anything... Also, I cannot integrate Adobe in Word. Any suggestions? Help appreciated, Kiril.
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