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Author: Subject: Pdf to word wanted, must be free
steve m

posted on 5/4/20 at 09:14 AM Reply With Quote
Pdf to word wanted, must be free

Hi All

Can any one post a link to a FREE PDF to Word programme , as all the ones ive tried let you do the modification, but you have to sign up with credit cards to action, and im not that stupid to give out my card details, to anyone

steve





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femster87

posted on 5/4/20 at 10:34 AM Reply With Quote
try libreoffice
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designer

posted on 5/4/20 at 11:12 AM Reply With Quote
A lot of PDF's can be cut and pasted!
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minitici

posted on 5/4/20 at 11:29 AM Reply With Quote
Try https://pdf2doc.com/

I use their online .pdf combiner (and its free).

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steve m

posted on 5/4/20 at 12:56 PM Reply With Quote
Sorry Guys but none of the links above worked, and no matter what I did, to get my form out the other end,
I had to sign up with card details, it could just be me, and my PC skills,
however one that ive found now is SmallPDF, and did the job

thanks anyway

steve





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loggyboy

posted on 5/4/20 at 01:02 PM Reply With Quote
Bullzip used to be my choice before the office paid for the full Adobe version.





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Russell

posted on 5/4/20 at 04:39 PM Reply With Quote
Just open the PDF from within Word!

File > Open > choose the PDF > voila!





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nick205

posted on 6/4/20 at 10:14 AM Reply With Quote
I've used libroffice myself to open and edit PDFs before. You have to save the document in a different format then export it as a PDF, but it's free and works well.

Used it at work and at home.

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coyoteboy

posted on 6/4/20 at 11:20 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Russell
Just open the PDF from within Word!

File > Open > choose the PDF > voila!


This!





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steve m

posted on 6/4/20 at 04:59 PM Reply With Quote
Tried all that with word, and word pad, but it doesn't import all of the document, missing tick boxes,
and the last few lines are corrupt

Copy and paste does not work either





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number-1

posted on 6/4/20 at 05:19 PM Reply With Quote
I use Open office. Its free and helped me out a few times.


www.openoffice.org

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coyoteboy

posted on 6/4/20 at 06:29 PM Reply With Quote
I mean unless the document is huge, you'd have been faster just remaking it by now 😂





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steve m

posted on 6/4/20 at 06:37 PM Reply With Quote
Its all sorted now, just emailed it to my Sister, she fixed the problem, and mailed it back





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