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Adobe Acrobat PDF to HTML

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I need to convert a .pdf file to html.  Is there any way to do this?  What are my options?
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It depends on whether you want a real time conversion or a batch process, ie email the pdf file and wait for the html to be returned.

If you want a real time conversion utility I suggest you use:

http://www.adobe.com/store/plugins/pages/gemini.html

as Adobe are the best people to know how to handle the conversion.
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