No doubt it's a value decision.

The page that Gad posted boasts doing it free, but requires you to go out to
their web site to get the document. For a one off that might be fine.

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Maybe it is pricey, but is it more/less than an hourly rate for a
consultant?
Usual make vs buy decisions apply, and include free market competition.
Balanced with does how often you do this justify learning how to do it from
scratch?


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Looks nice, a bit pricey, but nice.

Basic is $108/yr USD. And that's for 25 conversions, or $4.32 each.
Ouch.......

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Miron
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Go to zamzar.com

Or directly to https://www.zamzar.com/convert/pdf-to-Word/

It lets you convert from (almost) anything to (almost) anything

HTH
Gad

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Subject: Reverse-engineering an AFP overlay

Hello all,

I'm sure some of you have been there.....a need comes up to make a change to
a document that contains an overlay, but after extensive searching the
original that you created the overlay from cannot be found. I'm in this
situation now. We have the AFP Utilities installed, so I can print the
overlay itself, and then make that a PDF, but I can't then make the PDF into
a Word document that I can edit. Anyone have a tried-and-true method for
reverse-engineering an overlay that doesn't sacrifice any quality of the
original? As always, I greatly appreciate any and all responses.
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