What content authoring software can you import existing MS Word File with complex styling, easily set conditions and variables, then export to Word and/or PDF?
Two way migration is always a challenge, as the software is essentially translating twice. You can do this with FrameMaker or XMetal, or alternatively, author in XML and then import it. Other tools such as Author-It may also support import/export to Word via RTF.The best solution is to look at why you are being asked to do this dance. Once something is in the content system it should not come out. If your reviewers are asking for Woed files for their convenience, then it may be sanest to do an export, turn “track changes” on, and then just cut and paste (and relink) in the authoring system. Avoid the cleanup trauma of reimportation. I can say more, but am on my phone.
Would it be possible to convert PDF files to wiki markup?
Even though this might have a slight buddhist connotation, I think the first thing to do when you do conversion between formats is to learn to let go...I dont think it is possible to make it perfectly. A very simple example is page and page numbering, either you split your document to respect it and then lose the typical document format of a wiki, or you dont and then every time there is a page number mentioned it is meaningless, worst noise if the source PDF is not provided.Beside that warning, technically I think it is very possible. In the details of the question your mention losing formatting entirely, so I guess you refer to a simple tool like pdftotext. This work great to dump PDF text content only on a wiki, I have done it several times and it is really a matter of minutes to get it right. Now what you want is way harder. Without knowing your setup (e.g. what programming language is available, how many documents you have to convert, etc) I think the best way now would be to rely on OpenOffice/LibreOffice converters. A lot of work has been put into it. You can see a tutorial for OpenOffice here http://www.openoffice.org/xml/fi... and some discussions http://user.services.openoffice.... . This would require some serious XSLT investment though but it can be done. Once done it easy very simple to convert batches of documents through their command line interfaces.If your main objective is to open up science journals then surely a first try could be done with the ~100Gb of arXiv. Unfortunately I am afraid the "closeness" of science publishing is not a technical issue.
Where can I find 1,000 most important English words in PDF?
There’s a list on Wikipedia on the 1000 basic english words, which are pretty important.What you’d have to do to get it in PDF is getting here: Wikipedia:List of 1000 basic words - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and then clicking Download as PDF in the sidebar.Another page should open with some yellowish warning, here click download, if you get some weird purple code it’s nothing to worry about, just close the page, open it again and do the same thing until you get a download prompt, download it and you should be done.In images:If something like this appears:Close the website, open it again and keep pressing ‘Download’ until you get the download prompt.
What are the best PDF to Word converters?
Lots of software that converts PDF to Word, both online and installable applications. I’ve tested many PDF to Word converters, here is my recommendation.Desktop SoftwareFor Windows:Solid PDF ToolsPDF to Word Converter| Solid DocumentsFor Mac:Lighten PDF to Word ConverterPDF to Word Converter for Mac | Lighten SoftwareFree online PDF to Word Converter:CleverPDF: PDF to Word Converter Free - CleverPDF.compdftoword .com PDF to Word ConverterBut if your PDF file is a scanned document, which doesn’t have any text content, but only scanned images within the PDF file, OCR is required for extracting text characters from images.ABBYY FineReader is the best for OCR conversion.ABBYY FineReader 14PDF conversion is never easy, different developers use different algorithm for format reconstruction. All the developers will claim that their product is the best, but if you convert PDF to Word using 10 different software, you may get 10 different results. Aways try before purchasing. :)
Which is the best free offline PDF to Word converter?
I would recommend PDFelement. It is embedded with converting core that you can convert PDF to Word without internet connection.Its iOS app is free which allows you to convert PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other 6 formats (Pages, ePub,Html,XML,rft and text) .its iOS App converting interface:However, please note that its iOS version does not have OCR which means you cannot convert scanned PDF or image to editable Word. In this case, you need to use its desktop professional version. :) Its desktop (on Windows and Mac) interface:
How do I easily transfer a PDF (image of scanned books) to an editable Word file?
There are 2 ways to convert scanned PDF to Word.Convert Scanned PDF to Word with Google OCRLogin into Google Account and go to Google Drive to upload scanned PDF.Click NewUpload File to upload scanned PDF.Right click on the scanned PDF and open with Google Docs.When the scanned PDF is opened in Google Docs, the OCR will be performed automatically, the scanned PDF will be editable in Google Docs.Go to FileDownload asDocx. The scanned PDF will be converted to Word.Convert Scanned PDF to Word with OCR programFor Mac Users；Free download Cisdem PDF OCR Software for Mac and launch it on your Mac.Add your scanned PDF files to it for scanned PDF to Word conversion on Mac.Tweak the setting to prepare for Scanned PDF to Word Conversion on Mac.Start converting scanned PDF to Word on Mac. Click "Convert" to start the conversion.For Windows Users:Run the Nitro Pro and open scanned PDF with the program.Nitro Pro will recognize the file is scanned automatically. Click on “Use OCR” button when following prompt appears.Go to ReviewOCR, make the scanned PDF in editable format. Nitro Pro offers 2 OCR modes, searchable and editable. You are recommended to make the PDF editable for scanned PDF to Word conversion.Go to HomeTo word. The scanned PDF will be converted into Word format on Windows.