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ILoveKnowledge

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Hello all....for my classes I converted the pages into printed PDF pages so I can have the book as an ebook but when I try to do OCR recognition within PDF it says "Acrobat could not perform recognition (OCR) on this page because: This page has graphics other than images or text on it. It cannot be captured"

To go around this; I want to do a "fake scan" or scan it from the PDF files themselves rather than scan the pages on an actual scanner (since I have the files already on PDF on my computer) so I can then do the OCR text recognition. Does anyone know a way to do this?

Thanks for your help in advance!
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