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At $10/month, Adobe's service would get more expensive than
www.pdf-file.com pretty quickly.
And as for creating multiple accounts to avoid paying for a service: We
run our business honestly, and we assume that our colleagues will do the
-- Dan Goldstein
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Henry J. Wicko II
> Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 10:52 AM
> To: Dan Goldstein
> Cc: TECHWR-L
> Subject: Re: PDF-to-Word Converter
> Adobe has a free online PDF converter. You get something
> like three or five free converts via the web before you have
> to decide whether or not you want to purchase the service.
> All you gotta do is register, upload your document, determine
> the PDF format, and finish!
> Here is the link.
> It might seem cheap or tedious, but if you wanted to not buy
> the service you could always create multiple accounts. I
> have used it to get PDF creations before we got a scanner
> that converts to PDF and it's pretty sweet and from what I
> remember, the service was not that expensive.
> Hope this helps.
> > On 2/14/06, Dan Goldstein <DGoldstein -at- riverainmedical -dot- com> > wrote:
> > Moshe Devere on the Techshoret list noted www.pdf-file.com
> > $20 sounds awfully cheap for a PDF-to-Word converter
> > that retains all formatting, images, and tables. I bought
> > ScanSoft's OmniPage back in 2004 for about $150, and I
> > thought it was a great deal at the time...
> > Of course, it's silly to pay *anything* for a Word-to-PDF
> > converter nowadays. But when you have to go in the other
> > direction, I don't think this price can be beat.
> > -- Dan Goldstein
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