If your book has been edited with InDesign (Adobe software) then it is easily copied into pdf format. If it is editied in Word then you need to have Adone Acrobat Professional and you will be able to convert it into pdf.
With pdf format you have an e.book.
True, and also, you can use Open Office software(freeware alternative of office) which can directly save to .pdf
If it is a physical book you can scan it with a scanner or just rewrite it on software like Word.
You then simply "print" your "book" in to .pdf file.
I recommend PDFCreator as it is free but Adobe is more commonly used.
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by Aamir 4 years ago
How to convert PDF file to MS Word document?Do you know how to convet PDF file of a MS Word document? If you know about it please give me yor opinion and tell me which is the best software with free cast, please provide the link of the software.
by Karen Wardle 10 years ago
Hi. I wasn't sure exactly where to post this question so I am hoping that someone out there can offer some suggestions.I have completed a 25 page document that was done in publisher. I have converted it to a pdf in A4 (after saving the publisher file also).I want to convert the document to an...
by ysnps 8 years ago
How can i create my PDF? Which programmes do you suggest me? And which one is the most easy to use?I'm not asking for a basic converter.
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I decided to dust off a print book I published almost 30 years ago and turn it into an e book. Problem is that I work in MSWorks and everybody seems to want Word! I don't have word, don't like word, don't want to buy word...but I do have the free version of Open Office. So,...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
I would like to be able to convert a hub into a PDF document which would include images. I can do this on my tablet by photographing a recipe for instance and converting the image into a PDF file.
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