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Hi I want to convert PDF to DOC keeping the formation I found http://embraceubuntu.com/2007/04/10/convertimport-from-pdf-and-keep-the-formatting/ this solution but when I installed KWord i got Caligra Words.

Import don't support .pdf files, should I install extra plugin for this extension, or install older version of KWord.

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You can use google drive - during uploading, check option "convert sent files to google format" (or similar, my languge is Polish).

Yo can also check other online tools - such as http://www.pdftoword.com/ (untested by me).

EDIT: You can also use LibreOffice Draw. This program can open PDF files, and you will able to edit them.

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I don't want to use on-line converters. my language is also Polish :) –  skowron-line Oct 23 '12 at 18:56
I've edited my answer. I hope it's what you want. –  konradk Oct 23 '12 at 20:45

If your pdf is a one-page document, the best I found is Inkscape. It won't be able to save as a doc but you can edit it.

Unfortunately you can only do this one page at a time.

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I have more than 100 pages to convert –  skowron-line Oct 22 '12 at 18:02

Try using the online service zamzar.com

You can even email your file to doc@zamzar.com

Depending on the complexity of the formating there might bee some losses though.

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I can't this file is top secret –  skowron-line Oct 23 '12 at 7:04

I found a PDFconvertor,which can convert pdf to doc,jpeg,tiff and something else.And i think it's very powerful.YOU can have a try.

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