Convert Tiff Documents to Word 2007 Docx


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Endtimes Lundeen

I have a document in PDF and in Tiff format. I want to know how to convert
either of these into a regular, editible, document in Word Professional 2007.
My need is urgent.
 
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Character

Endtimes said:
I have a document in PDF and in Tiff format. I want to know how to convert
either of these into a regular, editible, document in Word Professional 2007.
My need is urgent.
The TIFF file is an image and would need some OCR (Optical Character
Recognition) software to make an editable document.

A PDF file can contain almost any kind of data. The pages might be
images, in which case you'd also need OCR software, or they might be
text, in which case take Jay Freedman's advice.

You can tell what you have in your PDF file by opening it with Adobe
Reader and selecting File / Document Properties / Fonts. If it lists
fonts, then you probably have a convertible text document. Otherwise,
all you have are images - photographs of text that require OCR to
convert to editable text.

- Character
 
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Endtimes Lundeen

Thank you for your help, I thought Office had a conversion tool in it. But
apparently not for ISO's.
 
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Endtimes Lundeen

Thank you character for your help!

Character said:
The TIFF file is an image and would need some OCR (Optical Character
Recognition) software to make an editable document.

A PDF file can contain almost any kind of data. The pages might be
images, in which case you'd also need OCR software, or they might be
text, in which case take Jay Freedman's advice.

You can tell what you have in your PDF file by opening it with Adobe
Reader and selecting File / Document Properties / Fonts. If it lists
fonts, then you probably have a convertible text document. Otherwise,
all you have are images - photographs of text that require OCR to
convert to editable text.

- Character
 

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