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ironman14 did not get the link wrong.  The link on the wiki main page is wrong.  Thanks for providing the correct one.  Someone should correct the wiki link.
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From: KernelEx Newbie
Subject: KernelEx and Converter App

I wanted a simple pdf import and export app for 98SE. Free PDF to Word
Converter is perfect.


Imports all or part of a pdf to MS Word
Edit pdf in Word
Export edited pdf

I don't need a pdf editor with hundreds of options. The installer for Free PDF
to Word Converter is less than 1 mb.

There are two installer packages but they are not the same:


The installer from the publisher (freepdfsolutions) does nothing when you
double click with your mouse. Changing KernelEx properties doesn't help.

The installer from CNET makes a lot of noise. It identified two missing DLLs:


After trying the DLLs in the installer directory, Windows System, and System32
I added copies to all three locations. No luck. I'm getting two message boxes
(files attached).

Tinkering with the KernelEx properties sheet is not helping.

I wish the installer was self-extracting. I would open the archive and add the DLLs.
(I tried opening the installer with Universal Extractor. Doesn't work.)

Should I quit this app or can KernelEx help?
If KernelEx cannot work its magic can you recommend another converter?

There are countless free pdf to word converters, but most of them cannot
import part (also called extraction) of a pdf or export the word document as
a new pdf. I've seen some open source editors that are very good, but I
don't need a high end professional editor with countless features.

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Edited by HoppaLong, 14 July 2014 - 01:56 PM.

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