My new client gave me the attached PDF post as content and I am wondering how would someone do it?
If I take a snapshot and save it as image, it is too blurry.
If I use a PDF to HTML online converter I get a lot of symbols like ~~0 instead of the percents
I tried the PDF Embedder, but I get Setting up fake worker failed: "Cannot read property 'WorkerMessageHandler' of undefined".
The best was the converter, and I go line by line and edit the symbols, but the HTML is not in order as they use absolute positioning. I can do it, but I cannot help wonder if this is the proper way or if there is a better way.finra-infographic---the-financial-ch.pdf
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