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Old 11-21-2006, 06:24 AM   #1
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pdf to doc converter


Please help me in finding pdf to doc converter

i done google but there are only exe files

i even tried pdftotext command but there is no use

is there any rpm or tar or any command for pdf to doc converter

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i even tried pdftotext command but there is no use
What do you mean "there is no use"? Do you mean it does not work? Or do you mean you require output to a proprietary format? If the last, then maybe try pdf2html and OpenOffice.org to convert HTML to .doc.
 
  


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