Extracting text from PDF
J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Thu Feb 28 21:08:07 CST 2008
-= JB =- wrote:
> On Feb 28, 2008, at 5:49 PM, Kay C Lan wrote:
>> In which 'Services' folder is PDF2RTFService installed? - The one in your
>> user account 'Library' folder or is it in the 'System/Library' folder?
>> What other Services do you have installed - (both in your personal and
>> System Library)?
>> I just find it incredibly handy so I'd hate you to miss out:-)
> That is an excellent question. I installed it in my user account
> library not
> the System library. I have been using OS X for around a year but these
> little things still can mess me up.
> I installed it in the System Library and guess what? It still does not
> Maybe I am still doing something really stupid.
I installed it in my user library too, OS 10.4.11, Intel, and it works.
But when I installed it in my user library on a G4 Powerbook running
10.3.9, it didn't work there. Since you have the same OS I have on my
Intel, that leaves the G4 in common. It might be an incompatibility with
One difference though is that TextEdit on my Powerbook does not dim PDF
files, I can choose them. However, none of them will open and TextEdit
throws an error about incompatible files.
Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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