When I hit a big period of writer’s block, one of the things I like to do to get my mojo back is to “edit” rather than write from scratch. So I dig in my archives, pull out things I’ve written a very long time ago, edit, then publish. What I’ve found is that over the years I’ve been sloppy in keeping final drafts of a lot of things so I may only have a finished product which is usually in PDF format.
PDF To Word
A free and easy way to convert any old PDF document you may have floating around to an editable RTF or Word document is by using this cool website I found recently. This one really works! I didn’t run into any problems with the size of my document and I didn’t have to leave any credit card information. 100% free.
Here’s the site: http://www.pdfonline.com/
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