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I have a paid account to convert PDF to Word. It's not working. Every time I sign in it says that an error ocurred

I have a paid account to convert PDF to Word. It's not working. Every time I sign in it says that an error ocurred and I can't acces the service. I'm using Windows xp and Windows internet explorer. This situation has happened frequently during the last week. I'm paying for a service that I can't use!! Help me!!


Cynthia Rodriguez-Pares 122 days ago


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David Austin answered 122 days ago  |   Comments (0)  |  New Comment

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