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How to convert DJVU files to PDF format?

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ahmad_abdulghany

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djvu to pdf

eltonjohn said:
just print them using by using pdf995

h**p://www.pdf995.com/

Igot the program but dont know what do you mean with Print them with it ??
can you explain how to use it to convert to pdf ?
thank you very much
 

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print djvu

when you print use instead of a printer pick pdf995 as if it was a printer
Then PRINT ..this program will ask for a name wher to send it as a "FILE"


give it a name and you now have a PDF file
 

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acrobat djvu

If u have Adobe Acrobat writer or proffesional then u can easily conver t.djvu format to pdf, just issue the print command from djvu viewer and select acrobat writer as printer
 

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acrobat professional djvu

You can use WinDjView from
djvu.sourceforge.net

and print to pdf (I think u must have acrobat writer)
But, the file size increases dramatically

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djvu and acrobat

Yes .. many thanks ...
I could do it using Adobe Acrobat reader with PDF writer files ... but i found that i should have a DJVU reader program first to be able to do this ..
 

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