I need to extract text from pdf file how to doit. Stundart adobe reader cannot do it?
What happens if you open the document and then press Ctrl+A (or Cmd+A on a Mac)?
I presume there is no Text Selection Tool availbale in Reader.
Soon someone will tell you to repost in the Adobe Reader forum, but there is no need if this is the solution.
On windows 7. A ok I select all text ctrl+ a. then copy. I extract textt to word but it is dont want to exctract an images. Ok. I will extract whith Print Screen
I am glad the text extraction worked; that was what you asked for in the OP.
You should be aware that when you use the Print Screen you get a 72 PPI image of the current size, so you should zoom in as close as possible to get as high a resolution as possible.
The OP should also be aware that this
is not the right forum fot the question. By
giving him/her a partial answer you may be giving him/her a fish instead of teaching him/her how to fish.
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Quite true, Claudio. I did mention the right forum in the first post, but if it had just been about text as the OP expressed, there would have been no need.
This is a link to the Reader forum(s): http://forums.adobe.com/community/adobe_reader_forums
Jacob, you know I will
die fighting lost battles. This is my lonely campaign
trying to convin
ce (nor force) fellow users that i
t's better to teach lost newcomers
the proper way to use these forums than giving them full or par
tial answers here if one knows them. As John Josslin said, giving them a fish here could also prevent other users from taking advantage of the answer given here.
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Still true, Claudio. I will remember.