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I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on screen)
in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify and
print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this
would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.

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Did you try simply highlighlighting the text you want, copy and paste it
into Word?

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I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify and
print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this
would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.



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If you use the AR (Adobe Reader) print as a booklet. It prints two pages on each side of a single sheet of A4/Letter paper to create a booklet. That's 104/4 = 26 pages. So why not save the time and print a booklet from AR?

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"Stewart" wrote in message ...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on screen)
in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify and
print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this
would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.

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If that particular file allows it (which depends on how the instruction file
was created), you can click the Tools menu in Adobe Reader, click Select &
Zoom, and click Select Tool. The mouse cursor should become an I-beam when
positioned over the text area, and you can drag it across & down to select
text and pictures. Press Ctrl+C to copy the selection, switch to a Word
document, and paste.

OCR probably won't be necessary, because the copied text should paste as
editable text. The formatting may be different, though.

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Stewart wrote:
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.



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To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print the
entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word document, have
you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF through Adobe Reader?

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"Stewart" wrote in message
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I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify and
print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this
would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.




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The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not permit
me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and have a
small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print the
entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word document, have
you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF through Adobe
Reader?

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify and
print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.


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In article , Stewart
wrote:
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I
want. My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted
and have a small compact note to go in the camera pouch. Thanks again.


"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word
document, have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF
through Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages. I wish to copy the pages
I need in to a word document and then modify and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this? I remember reading
that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this would work
from the Adobe Reader screen. Thank you.


A couple of things to consider...
Something like Serif's PagePlus X4 can import a lot of PDFs and Edit them.

Does your printer dialogue not have various options to print to a scale of
some sort, like multiple pages per sheet etc...?

Dave

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I was going to suggest the same thing; in addition to the booklet printing
that Terry mentioned, it is possible to scale pages down.

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"Dave Symes" wrote in message
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In article , Stewart
wrote:
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I
want. My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted
and have a small compact note to go in the camera pouch. Thanks again.


"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word
document, have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF
through Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages. I wish to copy the pages
I need in to a word document and then modify and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this? I remember reading
that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this would work
from the Adobe Reader screen. Thank you.


A couple of things to consider...
Something like Serif's PagePlus X4 can import a lot of PDFs and Edit them.

Does your printer dialogue not have various options to print to a scale of
some sort, like multiple pages per sheet etc...?

Dave

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What about using screenshots, use OCR, and then convert to Word?

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"Stewart" wrote in message
...
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not permit
me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and have a
small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print the
entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word document, have
you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF through Adobe
Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.




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Out of curiosity (and because I enjoy a challenge), what model camera? Let
me see how long it takes me to throw in the towel. ;-)

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"Stewart" wrote in message
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I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify and
print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if this
would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.





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JoAnn, that is what I had in mind; to use the snipping tool (windows 7) and
then use MS Word 2007 but I do not know how to get it to read a screen shot
using OCR.
The long way round would be to print the bits I want from Adobe Reader, then
scan back in and use OCR to get into word format.
That is cumbersome.
The camera is Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS10 and on first use it seems to be a
beauty. I still have my older cameras, A Zeiss Contarex single lens reflex
(too heavy now), a Nikon underwater (no longer use) and an Olympus compact
(heavy for my pocket) so I can make comparisons.
Thanks again.

"JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote in message
...
What about using screenshots, use OCR, and then convert to Word?

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MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Stewart" wrote in message
...
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I
want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and have
a small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word document,
have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF through
Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.




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Security in pdf is overrated, it's just a suggestion for pdf viewers to
implement such a thing. There exist viewers which completely ignore all
security settings. Downside is, they are mostly viewers on linux based
systems, not Windows.

Yves

"Stewart" wrote in message
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The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not permit
me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and have a
small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print the
entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word document, have
you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF through Adobe
Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.



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Finereader OCR software would extract whatever you select in the document to
a Word document, It even comes with a screenshot reader applet that allows
you to copy anything you see on screen to a Word document (or a whole raft
of other places).

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"Stewart" wrote in message
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JoAnn, that is what I had in mind; to use the snipping tool (windows 7)
and then use MS Word 2007 but I do not know how to get it to read a screen
shot using OCR.
The long way round would be to print the bits I want from Adobe Reader,
then scan back in and use OCR to get into word format.
That is cumbersome.
The camera is Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS10 and on first use it seems to be a
beauty. I still have my older cameras, A Zeiss Contarex single lens
reflex (too heavy now), a Nikon underwater (no longer use) and an Olympus
compact (heavy for my pocket) so I can make comparisons.
Thanks again.

"JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote in message
...
What about using screenshots, use OCR, and then convert to Word?

--
JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Stewart" wrote in message
...
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I
want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and have
a small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word
document, have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF
through Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.






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Graham, I have now installed Microsoft Office Document Imaging and that
enables me to scan with OCR a document into Word; the draw back is that the
image has to be in TIFF format so again it is a bit cumbersome.
The copied document no longer had its format so I have to do that myself.



"Graham Mayor" wrote in message
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Finereader OCR software would extract whatever you select in the document
to a Word document, It even comes with a screenshot reader applet that
allows you to copy anything you see on screen to a Word document (or a
whole raft of other places).

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




"Stewart" wrote in message
...
JoAnn, that is what I had in mind; to use the snipping tool (windows 7)
and then use MS Word 2007 but I do not know how to get it to read a
screen shot using OCR.
The long way round would be to print the bits I want from Adobe Reader,
then scan back in and use OCR to get into word format.
That is cumbersome.
The camera is Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS10 and on first use it seems to be a
beauty. I still have my older cameras, A Zeiss Contarex single lens
reflex (too heavy now), a Nikon underwater (no longer use) and an Olympus
compact (heavy for my pocket) so I can make comparisons.
Thanks again.

"JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote in message
...
What about using screenshots, use OCR, and then convert to Word?

--
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MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Stewart" wrote in message
...
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I
want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and
have a small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word
document, have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF
through Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.






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If you open the saved TIFF in something like the Free IrfanView, you can convert it to any graphics format. IrfanView supports over 100 graphic formats.

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"Stewart" wrote in message ...
Graham, I have now installed Microsoft Office Document Imaging and that
enables me to scan with OCR a document into Word; the draw back is that the
image has to be in TIFF format so again it is a bit cumbersome.
The copied document no longer had its format so I have to do that myself.



"Graham Mayor" wrote in message
...
Finereader OCR software would extract whatever you select in the document
to a Word document, It even comes with a screenshot reader applet that
allows you to copy anything you see on screen to a Word document (or a
whole raft of other places).

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




"Stewart" wrote in message
...
JoAnn, that is what I had in mind; to use the snipping tool (windows 7)
and then use MS Word 2007 but I do not know how to get it to read a
screen shot using OCR.
The long way round would be to print the bits I want from Adobe Reader,
then scan back in and use OCR to get into word format.
That is cumbersome.
The camera is Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS10 and on first use it seems to be a
beauty. I still have my older cameras, A Zeiss Contarex single lens
reflex (too heavy now), a Nikon underwater (no longer use) and an Olympus
compact (heavy for my pocket) so I can make comparisons.
Thanks again.

"JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote in message
...
What about using screenshots, use OCR, and then convert to Word?

--
JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Stewart" wrote in message
...
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages I
want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and
have a small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word
document, have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF
through Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
...
I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then modify
and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know if
this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.








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That's why I suggested Finereader

Finereader is a fully functional OCR package which handles PDF directly,
whereas MODI isn't and doesn't

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"Stewart" wrote in message
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Graham, I have now installed Microsoft Office Document Imaging and that
enables me to scan with OCR a document into Word; the draw back is that
the image has to be in TIFF format so again it is a bit cumbersome.
The copied document no longer had its format so I have to do that myself.



"Graham Mayor" wrote in message
...
Finereader OCR software would extract whatever you select in the document
to a Word document, It even comes with a screenshot reader applet that
allows you to copy anything you see on screen to a Word document (or a
whole raft of other places).

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org




"Stewart" wrote in message
...
JoAnn, that is what I had in mind; to use the snipping tool (windows 7)
and then use MS Word 2007 but I do not know how to get it to read a
screen shot using OCR.
The long way round would be to print the bits I want from Adobe Reader,
then scan back in and use OCR to get into word format.
That is cumbersome.
The camera is Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS10 and on first use it seems to be
a beauty. I still have my older cameras, A Zeiss Contarex single lens
reflex (too heavy now), a Nikon underwater (no longer use) and an
Olympus compact (heavy for my pocket) so I can make comparisons.
Thanks again.

"JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote in message
...
What about using screenshots, use OCR, and then convert to Word?

--
JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



"Stewart" wrote in message
...
The Panasonic instruction manual is security protected and will not
permit me to copy however as you have suggested I can print the pages
I want.
My idea of using "Word" was to condense the parts that I wanted and
have a small compact note to go in the camera pouch.
Thanks again.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
...
To add to what the others have said, although you can certainly print
the entire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word
document, have you considered just printing specific pages of the PDF
through Adobe Reader?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Stewart" wrote in message
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I have just bought a new camera and the instructions are printed (on
screen) in Adobe Reader; there are 104 pages.
I wish to copy the pages I need in to a word document and then
modify and print what I want.
Is there any way I can use Word 2007 to do this?
I remember reading that Word has an OCR capability but do not know
if this would work from the Adobe Reader screen.
Thank you.








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You can print threetire manual as a booklet or copy selected text to a Word document.
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Hi, I think you can copy all the instructions in Word. I had a similar situation, only with the instruction on a hoverboard. I bought it a month ago, after I read the article:breakingnews.ie/business/why-are-a-back-to-the-future-hoverboard-and-delorean-being-used-to-protest-outside-parliament-701639.htm. I dropped all the instructions in the Word, and he recognized the text perfectly.
I hope that you will succeed.

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