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Old 10-31-2009, 09:52 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by AgentBEATS View Post
In general, the majority of my pdf's are formatted well and are very much the most readable they can be.
Why exactly are you trying to convert them then?

I'd recommend using a method that preserves the look of the PDFs exactly if the PDFs already look good. This could involve just using the PDF itself, if your device is capable, or doing minor tweaks like removing margins and cutting the text into chunks sized for your reader.

Explore options such as sopdf, PDFLRF and PDFread and see if you get results you like.
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