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My PDF document is in Russian and it is displayed correctly. I use Adobe Acrobat Pro. When I try to export it into Word, I get gibberish characters. Also when I search within the document, e.g. the word мы, I get it only if I search ìû, that is the code (i copied м and got the first character, and ы for the second.) I have tried to search what I wanted by trying to search the code behind it, however, I don't get good results. Not all of them are the ones I am looking for. E.g. let's say in English if I search mine, I get mike or mite etc. Can you help me translate this code into normal cyrillic letters so I can search the word for its letters not for the code behind it? What can I do? I hope I have made everything clear enough. I've tried searching the internet, but have failed to find the answer. Thank you!

Edited by lepeza, 26 August 2013 - 09:35 AM.

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