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Tagging PDF content for reuse using Acrobat 9

Learn about unstructured, structured and tagged PDF and the benefits of tagging PDF files for reuse.

By September 21, 2010

 

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Have you ever tried to export your PDF file to Word or RTF only to find it looks nothing like the original PDF? Or perhaps you’ve tried cutting and pasting table text from a PDF document into an Excel file without success. In this Tech Talk, Duff Johnson discusses how tagging PDF documents can be of benefit when you need to repurpose the content. We’ll explore the world of unstructured, structured and tagged PDF.


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