Re: PDF to Word Conversion Tool
I hope I'm not sending anyone on a wild goose chase, but a faint memory from
several years ago when I had the chance to experiment with Acrobat Capture
was that it had the option to save the OCRed text in a Word or RTF document,
and as I recall it even recognised tables and saved them in a table format.
But he already has a PDF with known text in in. The issue in this case isn't figuring out what characters are there; it's conveying the semantic relationships among the characters. Yes, Acrobat--without using Capture--can export all the contents of the page as RTF or plain text. You can even copy and paste. You can even select a column of text, then copy and paste it. What you cannot reliably do, except in the simplest and most consistent of tables, is export the contents of a page as a _table_ in the sense of something Excel or Access can understand as a table, which is what Jim's original question was.
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Re: PDF to Word Conversion Tool: From: Bill Hall
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