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Hi I am new here, I am hoping that someone can help. My college classes use ADOBE READER Texts and papers that we receive. I have all the files I need however I want to be able to print them off, or at least transfer them to Word so that I can edit the files. Unfortuately these settings are unavailable, I think the instructors have it that was so that all students need to purchase them as they are individualized.
Can anyone give me an idea if there is anyway I can get around this and either print it, or save as text, all of these options are greyed out and not accesible..
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You can try this one. I had to do screen captures on the images to save them as the program doesnt do it.


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Welcome to G2G
I have this link will help you:


I use foxit from a USB key because I don't have to install it, don't have to wait yonks to see the picture but since I have never tried converting with it, I don't know if it will help you here. link:

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