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billyboy920

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I am a physics teacher. I have access to a physics test bank in pdf format. Lots of math symbols. I need a good program to convert to word 2003 that retains all the proper math notation and diagrams. Any suggestions. Keep in mind that I pay for it not the school.

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I am a physics teacher. I have access to a physics test bank in pdf format. Lots of math symbols. I need a good program to convert to word 2003 that retains all the proper math notation and diagrams. Any suggestions. Keep in mind that I pay for it not the school.

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Bill


I did temporary downloads of about 7 programs that purport to convert pdf to word or visa versa. None of them worked with scientific notation like vector symbols or illustrations. I broke down and bought Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard Edition. Turns out that there are places that sell software to students and teachers at substantial discounts. My price for Acrobat 8 was about 1/3 of the Newegg.com price. Now I'll just do all my tests and quizzes in PDF.
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