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Old 10-23-2007, 07:05 AM   #22
Michael Rowley
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Which one is that and why is it supposedly "better"?
Solid Converter; the firm's claims can be seen on the Solid Document's Web site. I use it for going to Word from a PDF, which v. 3.1 does splendidly, pictures and text. I don't use it to make PDFs.

   
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