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Old 05-09-2011, 11:38 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by preempalver View Post
if the word file is readable on pc, and you can make the changes trom there, try to convert back the document in PDF, OpenOffice writer has a "save as PDF document" option, or install a fake printer like pdfcreator. you should already have a fake printer for this, installed by adobe pro. at least there was one several years ago. at this point I'd try also to convert the book in epub format with Calibre or Sigil.
In word files there seems no option to change strike-width, so one has to change the fonts or styles. The result is the entire text has the same fonts, the same size, and the same color -- the distinction between the main text and notes disappeared. Also, some formats of the text was changed in the Word file.

There must a simple way to change the strike-width of the whole text (not fonts, size or color) in pdf files. Or the Adobe is that stupid?
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