Adobe pdf files



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Adobe pdf files

Postby William Wolfe » Sun, 03 May 2009 02:17:58 GMT

Is there a way to insert a single page .pdf image into a Word doc? 

RE: Adobe pdf files

Postby TWlja3NoZWxseUtBQQ » Mon, 04 May 2009 08:31:01 GMT

RE: Adobe pdf files

Postby dG9vb2xudXQ » Mon, 04 May 2009 18:32:03 GMT

If all you care about is unformatted text, copy/paste will do that. 
Otherwise, as far as I know, you may only paste it as an image, using Adobe 
Reader's snapshot tool. Word allows you to paste in many formats, when you 
select "Paste Special". Bitmaps and "tiff" files are megabytes in size, but 
".png" format ".jpg", Windows Metafile or Enhanced Metafile work best; try 
them all to see what works best for your particular situation.

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