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When trying to export a PDF into a document file using Adobe Acrobat 9, I get an error: "Bad PDF; Error in processing font <unsupported Type2 font>". Please let me know how I can save the PDF as a document file.
Sue R 1077 days ago
Try to export / save as a RTF and/or a text file.Be well...
Tx David for your prompt response. I basically want to edit the text part in a PDF. I have ADOBE ACROBAT 9 PRO. Only thing is that the person who created the PDF (who has now moved on) indicated that the best way to edit the PDF will be to save it as a Word, make the required changes and then save it back as a PDF. Ideally I would like to make the edits using the Acrobat 9 Pro. I have never edited a PDF before and I would like to know if editing using the Acrobatt 9 Pro is a better idea than having to save as a doc and making the required change. If it is better to save it as a doc and make the change, then I need a way to get over the issue that I have posted earlier about. Please share your thoughts on how I need to proceed.
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