I notice that if I open a document converted from a PDF file in Microsoft Word there is a progress bar in Word showing progress in converting the file.
This must mean that VeryPDF PDF-to-Word is converting the file to an intermediate form which Word then converts, not to genuine DOC files.
I have been trying fruitlessly to index "Doc" files made by VeryPDF PDF-to-Word in a third-party search engine (dtSearch) which apparently cannot read these DOC files. Another conversion program, however, can convert them to plaintext files. What is this intermediate form?
Can you please email to us your sample PDF file for checking?
I notice that your answer is identical to one that I received some time ago, relating to a different problem. You do not need to send me automated replies - they are no use to me.
I regret that I cannot send you confidential documents that do not belong to me.
My question related to how your software works so that I could understand my problem better. I assume that if VeryPDF PDF-to-Word Converter converts documents to an intermediate form you will know what form this is and can tell me. When I open the DOC file in a text editor or hex editor the text cannot be found. I assume that it contains instructions so that Microsoft Word can convert the PDF file. Is that correct?
Thanks for your message, because we can't check your PDF file, so we can't determine where is wrong easily.
Is your PDF file created from scanner? If yes, you can download miniOCR Converter v3.2 from following web page to try, you can select "OCR PDF file (Language: English)" option to convert your scanned PDF file to editable Word document properly,