[access-uk] Re: The Open University?

Hi Ari

It depends what I want to do with the PDF document. Sometimes I'll stay within Adobe Reader and read the document, or sometimes I'll convert it to text. As you say, you lose all the formatting attributes by doing that, but if I just want to have a quick read, or I'm converting it for someone else, then I sometimes do that.

Jackie

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Subject: [access-uk] Re: The Open University?


Hi Jackie and Leoni,
On the subject of studying with pdfs, as I get a lot of them, I'm curious, do you guys prefer converting them to txt or word, and what do you use to do this? I use Acrobat reader to convert them to txt, but then it messes up tables and stuff, but I hate trying to work with a pdf in Acrobat itself as well. Thanks Denis for the info, I've told my friend, she must now just contact the OU.
Ari
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