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    PDF's into Word (2002/SP3)

    I have a number of PDF forms I would like to incorporate into a Word document. The forms are maintained by another department, and protected. Is there anyway to import PDF pages into Word documents.

    I have taken snagits of the forms and placed them on the page, but that obviously has quality (and file size) issues. I could print them seperately and hand assemble, but I am not the ultimate user of this document, and would like to deliver a single file. Unfortunately, getting the original from the creator of the forms does not appear to be an option.

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    Re: PDF's into Word (2002/SP3)

    Unless you have a copy of Adobe Acrobat, I think you'll have to purchase a converter product. This Google search yields many results. There are many free Word to PDF utilities but I'm not aware of any free PDF to Word utilities. I'm sure someone else will jump in of they are aware of any.
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    Re: PDF's into Word (2002/SP3)

    Actually I have Acrobat Pro version 7, the problem is the PDFs are protected, so even with that I cannot get to it. I was hoping to somehow import the page as a PDF, like you would import a WMF or other raster graphic in word.

    Might be a question for a PDF wiz, or just plain unsolvable.

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    Re: PDF's into Word (2002/SP3)

    How about this utility? You have, I assume, checked to ensure that you will not be violating any copywright restrictions if you are able to open and edit these documents?
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    Re: PDF's into Word (2002/SP3)

    If you have a up to date OCR program, most of those will be able to scan the PDF files into MS Word.

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