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Old 09-21-2006, 02:39 PM   #3
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SolidCoverterPDF does a very good conversion of a PDF to Word, which entails extracting both text and graphics.
Woohoo, I guess so! At first blush it seems mighty impressive. I downloaded the evaluation version (only does 10% of a doc) and it seems great.

It does leave the graphic embedded in the Word document, which means I can't really see it in its original format. (Heaven knows what Word does to it, considering MS's furry-headed view of the world.) But for $49 or $99 this looks like a pretty powerful tool.

   
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