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PDF Conversa

Easily Convert Documents Between PDF and Word Formats

for PC 
Platforms: Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP
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You’ve been working more and more with the PDF format, but what about all of those years you spend working in Microsoft Word? Not to mention those times when you really need a PDF document in Word so that you can edit it. No worries, just pick up today’s discount software promotion, PDF Conversa!

PDF Conversa lets you convert documents between PDF and Word formats quickly and easily. With PDF Conversa, you’ll be able to convert PDF files to Word while preserving all graphics, tables, and fonts, even if they’re password protected! Similarly, you can transform DOC and DOCX Word documents to PDF, with control over special font integration, text compression, and image quality.

Imagine not having to deal with the complications of trying to edit a PDF document! Pick up PDF Conversa today and immediately increase your productivity!

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Heidi-Ann Kennedy-Fourkiller What version?
Jun 15 at 9:08am Copy Link
Egon User This might be an extremely welcome tool. In fact, MS Word opens PDF anyway, but often, this direct result is unusable, since:

1) For example, paragraphs cannot be identified anymore. Thus, ome programs have pdf export only, so if you want to retrieve their global text output, you have to go by pdf, and the pdf itself seems correct (!), i.e. between the paragraphs, you clearly see more space between one paragraph and the next, than between the screen lines within a paragraph, so obviously, the export into pdf has been done correctly.

But then, after import of the pdf into Word or similar, the paragraph limits will have been replaced by e.g. simple spaces, like spaces between the words in general, and or with just a simple newline, within the content of problem 2 (so that here again, paragraphs cannot be identified anymore):

2) The second problem which often occurs: The export from pdf will then create new, unwanted paragraphs, in the way that now, every screen line of the pdf will become a "paragraph", so that even within an original paragraph, there are multiple "hard newlines" now, which would not be that catastrophical then IF between the original paragraphs, TWO hard newlines, instead of one, would be created (since in that case, the user could run a script, first replacing the double newlines by a special character, then replacing the simple newlines (or simple newlines plus space) by a simple space, then replacing the special character by newlines, and the original paragraphs would be recreated), but that's not case: It's all one mesh then, with both the unwanted "paragraphs" and the original, real paragraphs new "identified" by single newlines (or single newlines with a preceding space, but in both cases, so the user has no chance to retrieve their original paragraphs anymore, except manually then, one by one.

You can find mentions of both problems in technical fora in the web, but without a solution.

Hence my questions: How will PDF Conversa treat the the above-mentioned problems? (Which schould be technically possible after all, since, as said, the pdf on screen WILL show the paragraphs correctly, albeit even then, to navigate from the end of one (real) paragraph to the begin of the next, a single (!) {rightarrow} will suffice, i.e. there is NO blank line between the paragraphs, but pdf (upon its creation upon import of the original text, with blank lines) will have replaced those by some "paragraph format" - which then obviously will be LOST by direct MW Word (and other) "pdf import".

Thus, if PDF Conversa overcomes these problems, it will indeed be worth 20 bucks and oven much more!

Thank you for clarifying.
Jun 15 at 12:07pm Copy Link

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