|08-13-2011, 03:43 AM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2011
Editing secured PDF ebooks
Hi, I have a question. I have alot of ebooks that I have brought though the years. I can not even remember what half of them are even about. Which brings me to my question. I want to add a summery to each of my ebooks. I want to insert a page in the actual file using Adobe. The problem is most of the ebooks are secured. I was able to do the unsecured files easily. How can I unsecured the sercured files so I can edit them? But if I can't , I can't. I could always make a master summery file, I guess. Thanks for any help.
|08-13-2011, 02:01 PM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Device: iPod touch 2G (16 GB)
Stip the DRM an annotate away.
If you can't strip it, you could always OCR it, extract the images and rebuild the PDF. But it takes time... and a heck of a lot more effort. Instead, you could simply archive the e-book along with a text file and be done with it.
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