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Hi Jas,

 

It's no bother. That's what the forums are for! Questions!

 

Hopefully your running Office 2007. If you are, that will make the process much simpler. I wrote and article here: http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... df-or-xps/ which gives you a URL to download a free add-on to Microsoft Office. It lets you save .doc and .xls files in either .PDF or the Microsoft competing format .XPS

 

For Word 2003...... I think you will need to google a 3rd party product. I don't know of a free version. I'll look around and update this thread if I find one.

 

Now, for converting .pdf to .doc again, I don't know of a free product. I'll keep my eye out and update the thread.

 

Hope this helps!

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Thanks Bro.. :)

It worked.

And about changing from PDF to Word, my friend told me that it can be changed using Adobe 6 Professional.

I was searching whether there is some other method.

Anyway,Please update if you have any imformation.

Thank you.. Take care.

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