Yesterday, one of the chat persons told me I could convert paperport max files to pdf if I purchased the acrobat IX pro program. Any ideas? Pamela Ellis. This is a User 2 User forum, so we cannot help with your issue.
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Yesterday, one of the chat persons told me I could convert paperport max files to pdf if I purchased the acrobat IX pro program. Any ideas? Pamela Ellis. This is a User 2 User forum, so we cannot help with your issue. I would call Customer Service and explain your problem and that the solution you were provided by them? I would also discuss your situation with Nuance software and see if they can provide you with a link for the converter. Althernatively, you may find this article of some use found after a quick Google ,..
Hope it's of use. I'm not up on using these types of sites so I'm taking a chance that this is how I reply to my original question. I think you may have missed my last sentence " I don't see how to do this since acrobat won't open a. The program says that the file may be corrupted but in the past, Nuance Paperport provided users with a Paperport Viewer that would open the file and then I would print it using Adobe Printer. Now I'm stuck with software that I will barely use and it still won't convert my Paperport.
MAX files. Thanks for trying. Any new ideas? This will yield a PDF file. Nuance products also include a PDF viewer. I have found Nuance do a reasonable job for creating and editing PDFs from scans.
Yes, I completely agree with all these answers. However, for some reason I can't explain, I can't install the Paperport Viewer software. Here's the real scoop. I bought this Dell Studio 3 years ago and installed the Paperport Viewer that I believe is not available as a viewer only utility now.
It used to be a free download and I still have the. It is apparently a bit. Everything worked and I have converted 's of doc to pdf format over the years. Last month, my hard drive failed and I purchased a new; identical one and have been trying to get back to where I was before.
For some reason that I can't figure, I can no longer install the Viewer. It starts to install and then just fades away. I have tried every compatibility trick, realizing that I'm on a bit system now but no go. That's why I talked to Adobe for a solution. If I had known that this wouldn't work, I would have spent the money to buy Paperport 14 and used Actobat Standard 8 to finish my conversions.
I'm just a housewife and not in business but I love the 'possibilities' when using acrobat files that I create. I no longer can afford to buy Paperport for several months and that's why I'm looking for answers here. I hope this helps as I do know how to convert docs but I can't find any software that will open.
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Convert Max files to jpeg
I have found various solutions suggesting purchasing software expensive or printscreen messy or even asking people to re-send impossible , none of which really address the question. Surely someone will have beavered away in their lunch hour to produce a simple freeware solution? Another way to convert. MAX files to. Jpeg files -- still presents issue that conversion is one-by-one but it works.
PaperPort .max file conversion problem
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