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Topic: got error when saving as word doc
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 157633
From: associates
Date: 1/19/2007 10:39 AM


I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me here.

The other day i was asked to convert a PDF doc to a word 2003 doc. We have a copy of Adobe Acrobat 6 installed on one of the machines and i learnt that acrobat 6 allows us to save doc as word doc. I got the following error:

"The document has insufficient permission for this operation"

This PDF file has a size of 1.9M. I believe that the machine has the permission given as Administrator. I don't know it said that. Is it to do with the file size or?

I then download a 30 days trial version one on the internet. Unfortunately, it only converted 5 pages only as it's not the full version.

Is there any free version that allows the conversion?

Thank you in advance

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