How do I insert a single page pdf file in a Word document?



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How do I insert a single page pdf file in a Word document?

Postby UGhsYWRkZXJz » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 00:58:07 GMT

I'm sure it used to be possible to do this - but maybe Word and Adobe 
versions have conspired to make this no longer possible.

Re: How do I insert a single page pdf file in a Word document?

Postby Charles Kenyon » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 02:42:35 GMT

It is not, and never has been, exactly easy. Best bet is something like Scan 
Soft's pdf converter. Absent that, if you can convert your pdf file to a 
picture, you can import individual pages as pictures.
Charles Kenyon

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