PDF is not an editable format, so it's really non-optimal for converting to Kindle. If you wrote the book you didn't use "PDF" You used some word processing program. Suggest you do the Kindle conversion from that original. . .there are a number of threads here on how to make sure your original is optimally set up for conversion.
If the PDF file is all you have, either MobiPocket Creator or Calibre will do it. . .sort of. . .but it's not going to be perfect and so won't look professional. You'd do better to use a utility that puts it back into an editable text file so you can make sure things like indents and line breaks are sorted before you upload it for sale.
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