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I just posted this question on google and got a link to mac forums.
Can someone help or dirct me to the right forum..?
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You'll need conversion software to convert PDF to Pages. PDF2Office for iWork is not free but it'll convert PDF to an iWork document: LINK
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PDFPen is another program that can "read" PDFs and convert them to word-processing files that Pages and other such program can easily read.
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Thank you for the response...the issue was I lost the original pages doc and all I could find was the pdf copy I made for my client. I have recovered the missing doc.
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