|May 20, 2011, 12:20 AM||#1|
how can i convert PDF files to epub format?
I have a CD of PDF files, is there a way I can convert them to ePub files?
Is there an online/tool that will allow me to do that?
|May 20, 2011, 06:38 AM||#2|
None of them are very good, though. PDF to ePub usually results in awfulness.
Got a problem? Check here first.
|May 20, 2011, 09:04 AM||#3|
There was never a more amazed
little boy than Cedric during
the week that followed; there
was never so strange or so
unreal a week. In the first place,
the story his mamma told him was
a very curious one. He was obliged
to hear it two or three times
before he could understand it.
Convert this to epub, and you get:
There was never a more amazedlittle boy than Cedric duringthe week that followed; therewas never so strange or so-23-unreal a week. In the first place,the story his mamma told him wasa very curious one. He was obligedto hear it two or three timesbefore he could understand it.
|May 20, 2011, 11:04 AM||#5|
Let me take a step back and ask: What is it you need to do with the documents that are in PDF format?
My point is to suggest starting from your end goal and determining if conversion is actually required, or if there's a way to satisfy the goal with the PDFs as they stand. Perhaps you've already done that, but if not there are a variety of tools to work with PDF's allowing annotation, bookmarking, and highlighting.
For example, in my grad school program I have to read a lot of documents in PDF format. I use PDF Expert to highlight/annotate these files quite effectively.
|May 21, 2011, 11:01 AM||#6|
|May 21, 2011, 01:53 PM||#7|
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