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I've attached a link of PDF i want to print but i don't want to print all of the edits that have been made to it that is highlighted blue with the line through it is that possible?
Those look like they're track changes from Word. You'll need to remake the PDF from word without the track changes.
Is there anyway i can do that without being the creator of the PDF?
Not unless you can track down the original word document.
Alternatively, you can save the PDF as a Word document, but it will probably think that all the blue edits are formatted, and try to preserve them. So you'll have a lot of manually reformatting to do.
I am having sort of the same issue - PDF which was scanned textbook pages converted to word but the fonts are all messed up, spacing is messed up, words are seperated incorrectly and jumbled and all of the things that word recognizes as typos are red or blue. Is there anyway to convert from pdf to word without going through to correct things manually and if you DO correct manually how do you eliminate the underlined "mistakes". I'm attaching a pic of the word doc below
OH I did try making it an editable PDF but the person I'm doing this for doesn't have advance adobe so I don't know if they can make the changes they need to it anyway from my saved version...
????????????? just help or I need my money back