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03-28-2003, 10:00 AM
Has anyone figured out how to use forms in PDF from the Insurance Departments' websites?
Most use word documents, but some use PDF. Can PDF be saved as a word document?
03-28-2003, 11:49 AM
With the right software it can. You can't do it with Acrobat Reader. You might be able to copy and paste it, but you'll lose all the formatting (I think).
03-28-2003, 12:25 PM
You'll need to purchase the full version of Acrobat (Reader and Writer). Then you can alter their pdfs (fill in the blanks) and print your own (appears as a printer in Start->Settings->Printers). To make your own, you just select the Acrobat Printer icon instead of your regular printer and it creates a pdf file (instead of printing it to a computer).
04-07-2003, 02:16 PM
Now I have Acrobat Reader and Writer. How would I save a PDF file as a word document? This particular PDF file is unusable. I cannot even type on it and print it to use. Most Insurance Departments have PDF files that we can type on but we cannot save it anywhere.
Can anyone help me?
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