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How to Edit PDF in Word?

Do you want to know how to edit PDF files without Adobe Acrobat? This tutorial will show you how to edit PDF in Word document step by step.

According to a recent report, Adobe estimates that there are about 300 million PDF in circulation, the amount and use of PDF format is still growing exponentially. People nowadays cannot live without PDF files. Fax seems to be out of date, many people can hardly remember the last time they use the fax machine for files transfer. Everything is saved as PDF and shared via email.

PDF is quite convenient, all we need is just a free Adobe Reader, reading PDF is not a problem. However, do you realize that PDF is not easy to edit? Of course a full featured Adobe Acrobat can help, but it cost hundreds of dollar and takes times to be an Acrobat expert.

You must be frustrated when you need to edit PDF file but you can do nothing with the free Adobe Reader. We have been using Microsoft Office for long time, so a good PDF to Word editor will help a lot. How to edit PDF in Word? Here are some tips.

1. Create PDF to Word manually.

If the PDF is open to all users, you can just press Ctrl+C to copy the selected text from PDF and press Ctrl+V to paste the text to Word document. This is the easiest way to create PDF to Word, but what if you need to convert thousands of pages PDF files to Word document? Your fingers must be exhausted. What is worst, if the PDF file contained complicated layouts, you will not keep the format as they looked in PDF files. So this method is only for those who want to convert a few pages PDF to Word, and they are text based PDF files. Then you can edit PDF in Word without any problems.

2. Change PDF to Word automatically

If you need to change PDF to Word automatically, there are some useful PDF to Word Converters available in the market. I'll take AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter as example to show you how to edit PDF in Word document.

Step 1, Import the PDF files to the PDF to Word Converter

You can either click "Add PDF Files" on the left top to import PDF files, or drag the PDF files into the main panel. You can even right-click the PDF file you want to convert, then choose Convert with AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter, and then conversion will be done after a few seconds without launching the application. The PDF Converter support batch conversion mode, you can convert 200 PDF files at one time.

Step 2, Choose the page range

If you just want to convert some particular pages of a .pdf file, click the Selected Pages field and type the page numbers to be converted. For example, 1, 3-6, 9-10, 12, it is extremely flexible.

Step 3, Choose the output folder then start converting

You can save in the same folder as source, or customize the output folder. Then click "Convert". The conversion will be finished in seconds. It took only 45 seconds to convert 286 pages PDF into Word document. That is the speed test result.

See, editing PDF in Word is as easy as ABC, all the original text content, images, layouts and even hyperlinks will be perfectly preserved after conversion. What's more, even protected PDF can be converted, if you do have the legal rights to copy or print a PDF file but it is protected by owner password, just convert it to WordFree Articles, then the restrictions will be removed.

Article Tags: Word Document, Word Converter

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Melvin has 5 years experience in PDF converter programming. Please visit: http://www.anypdftools.com/. There you can find a lot of third-party software with different function related to PDF.



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