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Changing Formating Options in Adobe Acrobat 6.0

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Nov 29, 2007 Nov 29, 2007

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I have a need to import Adobe files in to Wordperfect X3. Some files import just fine as images and others want to be imported as text into the document. I would much prefer that these images come into the document as images and not text.

The nature of the project requires that the images appear to be identical to what the PDF file looks like and the PDF files that are being imported as images are successful in doing that. Where as the PDF files that WPX3 imports as text, contain wide variations in formatting and layout and the text is editable. None of which is acceptable for what I need to accomplish.

I suspect that the PDF files that are being imported as text have OCR characteristics while the PDF files that are being imported as images do not. But I don't know and I don't know how to find out. So I have two questions. First, is there a way to determine which PDF files have OCR characteristics and which ones do not? Second is there a way to remove the OCR characteristics from a PDF file, whether through conversion and creation of a new PDF file or otherwise? I am using Adobe 6.0 that came with my scanner. This seems to be the full version of Adobe Acrobat and is definitely not Adobe Reader. The Help said something about clicking on "Settings" but I did not see any button or tool bar item called "Settings".

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