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Topic: pdf to eps back to pdf?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 84844
From: buick
Date: 3/25/2003 05:04 AM

hello everybody. new to pdfs and this forum as well.
i'm getting the "Touch Up could not parse this page" when i'm trying to edit the text in one of my pdfs. it's 81 pages long. and it was created (i think) from visual basic. there was a guy that had created this price book and had an option to export to pdf. i don't know much about pdfs and NOTHING about visual basic and this guy is hard to get a hold of. i was wondering if i could convert the pdf to eps and then distill back to pdf so i can edit it. does this makes sense and if so is this possible?

thanks in advance!


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