Reviewing applications for PDF file conversion, I found a very friendly application called SanPDF. SanPDF not only converts PDF files to docx/doc, xlsx/xls and pptx/ppt formats and from those formats to PDF, but also adds tools for split, merge, protect and unlock PDF documents, all in the same application. I prefer the PC version because it contains all these tools together, instead of the web version. From the PC version, I love the possibility of opening and operating each tool in a separate tab. Additionally, I have used the application in its PC version for free, considering the option of registered user (the other free option is unregistered user), because it allows me to work on PDF files that do not exceed 10 MB and up to a number of 100 daily conversions.
Or in other words, do it right. When I first started reading about Adobe PDF OCR I thought I had it figured out. I think I just had a bunch of people telling me what I already knew about PDF OCR. I'm so glad I Diana?’t get this. But after doing the above I'm confident that ITA?’s quite simple. To the right you can see my original file and how to do the above with some data for my data (see below). This file was originally called PDF-OCR-Report-01.xls. It was from a previous assignment I did. I Dona?’t know why, but that file format doesn?’t play nicely with the latest version of Adobe Reader. I found myself having to add one extra step to my process. And by step I mean all the above again. If you plan to use this guide I recommend a version of Adobe.