What I am trying to do: I have a pdf document that is a form. I want to save it to Word so we can enter data into the form fields electronically.
I had a pdf document that contained form fields. If I saved the pdf as a Word doc (.doc) the form just was inserted as an image. I ran the OCR tool in Acrobat and it successfully recognized all the text. Now when I try to save as a Word document I'm getting the error:
"Save as failed to process the document. No file was created."
Can someone help me get around this error or suggest a different way to do what I'm trying to accomplish? thanks
I actually think tryint to OCR the file would create a nightmare in Word (you would have so much reformatting to do)
So, if you have to insert fields in Word, I think this file could work.
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