TextFlow

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Following yesterday’s post on collaborative document sharing I’ve been told about TextFlow. Haven’t had the chance to try it yet but if anyone does please let me know in the comments.

TextFlow

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PDF to Word Conversions – Online and Free

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PDF files are wonderful. They are a standard, feature rich, easy to use format that makes exchanging files easy. What they don’t do well is exchange data.

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve received a PDF and wanted to grab the text and edit it. Anyone who’s tried to do the same thing will testify that it can be one of the most frustrating computing problems around. I’ve spent inordinate amounts of time re-typing information contained in a PDF in order to be able to re-use it.

Enter, stage right, PDFundo. This web site allows you to upload a PDF and receive a Word file in return. For free. Without registration. And in real time.

What else can you possibly need to know?

Free PDF to Word Doc Converter! Just plain and simple pdf conversion software.

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OneNote for Education

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Microsoft Education Product Center: Microsoft Office OneNote 2007

I’ve never really got in to OneNote, Microsoft’s free format note taking software. It looks fun but I’ve just not had time to really put it through its paces.

The new site from Microsoft might change that with its Teacher Toolkit containing templates and articles.

Try it and let me know how it goes in the comments. You might even convert me.

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