"I was wondering is there is a program out there that can convert a scanned pdf document into a editable document?i can't copy and paste because it makes it like a picture. And I can't edit it."
There is solution from web:
Adobe Acrobat Reader, it has the OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature in the Document menu, and then you save it as a word document. However, it does not come for free. My suggestion for an easy alternative, is to upload the PDF file onto Google Docs. It has a similar feature in which they ask you during the upload process whether you want to convert the PDF to editable text.
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