How can I keep same format when I copy from PDF to WORD

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  1. rana_punjabi_sardar

    rana_punjabi_sardar New Member

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    Hi ! :( Whenever I copy some text from any text from PDF file & paste it in the Word document, it does not keep the source formatting. e.g., it changes the fonts from Times New Roman to Arial and also disturbed right or left allignment of text. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

    In the wait of some warm, positive and quick responses from digit community. :D
     
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    get their PDF converter for free Eval... try that software.. if u know the proper way to use it then its 1 of the best..
     
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    get an pdf to word converter
     
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    ABBYY Fine Reader is the best in this case. I am using it to for quite some time and it is just great. It will keep the same formating as the original PDF file, line for line, word to word. It costs $300 to buy but its worth it. Try to find some trial version from cnet.com
     
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    @Super so that keeps the entire document the same as when copied also, is it ??
     
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    achacko@dataone.in

    but u know original author wanted to know this answar... & the benifit of have the
    fact is u can just edit what ever u want.... add/remove.....

    & yes most of the time abbyy does a very good job.... it make almost a xrox copy with edit function of MS word....
     
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    One of the best PDF to Word Convertors...--->>>

    DocSmartz
    www.docsmartz.com

    Its as good as viewing the orignal PDf albiet in Word :)
     
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