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I Am Converting A Word Document To PDF For A Patent Application And?

How can we convert word document to PDF without any software? A printout of a document created with MS Word is not a Word document. A Word document is an electronic file stored in digital electronic form. Similarly a PDF, or Portable Document Format document is an electronic file. One might use special techniques to examine a piece of the medium such as semiconductor memory or a magnetic disk platter on which one of the above files has been electronically stored. People do this for forensic purposes. T view the individual bits making up the bytes which are interpreted - usually conveniently with software - as text documents. Very tedious to look at every bit. The parts of the file are not even usually all stored next to one another. So to do what you asked, one could go bit by bit reading the data composing a word document, then, bit by bit somehow writing the bits onto another medium in the sequence that would, by some software, be interpreted as a PDF file. If that media could be used by a computer. All very tedious. That’s why we use computers and the software on them. Of course, the Word document format and PDF format files came AFTER computers were invented, and t are the convenient format for particular purposes using computers. You don’t want Word document files or PDF files unless you are using software on a computer. What is the real question and problem here?

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What is really wrong with this analogy? Is someone’s computer “reading” the bits of the image and creating PDF files without any software? Yes. I want to know what the people using a real piece of data are reading and creating, and if the information is created in real time, and if they are looking at the piece of data as it is being created with some software. I don’t want to see a piece of electronic memory being re-read in “real time and then being used as a PDF file without any software, and then reading some bit of that new information back into another piece of that same piece of data, all in real time.” To read the bits of the image into a file format, one has to do something like the following. The user creates the image using some software, such as Paint or another software.

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