My ultimate goal is to transfer draft documents to Google Docs format in order to allow company-wide collaboration. How I do this isn't as important as the end results. PDF to Google Docs conversion appears to offer best results. Unfortunately, Google imposes severe limitations on this conversion.
I have multiple PDF documents (but they can be published in multiple other formats) that, despite being below Google's stated limitations (https://support.google.com/drive/answer/37603?hl=en#
), simply will not convert to a Google Document beyond the first 20 (or less) pages.
Why not Word to Google Docs?
Because despite having a perfectly formatted Word document (either .doc to docx) the Word to Google Docs conversion results in a very bad translation where paragraphs are converted into low resolution images or the margins push all the content to the extreme right.
Why not HTML?
The worst problem with HTML is that Google Docs will not accept images. So HTML to Google Docs conversion is strictly text.
Any other ideas?
Is there a 3rd party conversion tool that will convert PDF to .gdocs format available?
Thanks so much,