Question about Macromedia Contribute 3 And FlashPaper 2 (vctd030dct10) for PC, Mac
When I try and convert to PDF using any of the available means, nothing happens. I end up having to force MS Word to close and even then Flash Player seems to keep running with nothing happening.
You certainly can convert an adobe file to editable word file but if you think that all OCRs convert the document 100% into editable format then you are about to make a costly mistake. Your converted document is bound to have errors which you need to remove ( unless of course your original is a picture perfect document). No OCR on this planet guarantees 100% correct conversion in all documents all the time.
Therefore it is extremely important that you must proof read your editable format document before you start to edit. If you don't do that it can be a very expensive mistake you made in life.
Some people (including me ) pay $2.0 per+ per page and get it edited by experienced staff on a paid site like http://www.onlinedocumentconversion.com.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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