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I haven't tried this one, but there is a trial version available. I tried
the Markzware product, but it didn't work too well for me and I received a
refund. In fairness to them, the conversion results depend a lot on the
quality and layout of the PDF.
I have used this workflow in the past: Save the PDF to Microsoft Word and
then import the Word file into InDesign. I have gotten decent results with
this, but like the conversion products, the result depends on the quality
and layout of the PDF.
Carmen Publishing Inc.
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Subject: PDF to InDesign
Have any of you ever used Recosoft's PDF2ID conversion software? If yes, how
well does it work?
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