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Started by Ronald, Jun 21, 2020, 07:38 PM

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Ronald

I have a couple of documents from my lawyer on my lawsuit, but the are PDF Acrobat, they want a monthly charge for me to edit the documents. I just need to fill in some blanks.

Is there a way of converting this PDF file to Word, without paying.

lesmond

not sure how secure these sites are, heres a couple free ones.

https://www.pdftoword.com/
https://smallpdf.com/pdf-to-word


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LandyVlad

@Ronald
Adobe Acrobat Pro will do the job but its a paid doohickey.
If you have no luck with those linked things let me know and you can send 'em to me at work I will convert and send back to you.  I'll PM you my work email.
I reject your reality, and substitute my own.

Skhilled

I haven't heard "doohickey" in quite awhile! LOL

I have PDF Architect 6 but it's a free version. I can pay $19 to add that feature to it.

Deaks

https://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf-reader/

I use this the free version and I can sign documents and fill in fields with it.

Skhilled

I didn't know Foxit was still around. Been around for a long time.

Deaks

I started using it like 2 years ago when I first heard of it, never looked elsewhere as its great!

Ronald

Quote from: lesmond on Jun 23, 2020, 01:48 PMnot sure how secure these sites are, heres a couple free ones.

https://www.pdftoword.com/
https://smallpdf.com/pdf-to-word



Thanks Les, I tried them early and they only allow so much, these are like 16 pages and more.

Ronald

Quote from: Deaks on Jun 25, 2020, 06:43 PMI started using it like 2 years ago when I first heard of it, never looked elsewhere as its great!

I just tried it, never worked..

Besides I got the secretary to resend all the documents back to me in word, which she did..