How to Convert PDF to Word

PDF to Word

PDF (Portable Document Format) file format is commonly used in modern office work for electronic document sharing and distribution. You need to update information in a PDF but don't have the original file. The most annoying thing about PDFs is that you can't edit them. Converting a PDF document into Microsoft Word's standard .DOC or .DOCX format is a good idea to solve this problem. By doing this, you'll be able to finish your edits faster.

In this tutorial, I'll teach you the easiest way to convert PDF files into Word format without using Adobe Acrobat. First, I'll introduce Aiseesoft PDF to Word Converter to you. It supports converting large batches of PDFs simultaneously and simply save your PDF file as a Word document. It can preserve the original text, images, graphics, layout and formatting in the output word document. Here's how it's done:

1. Download PDF to Word Converter

Click the download button below to download PDF to Word Converter. It fully supports Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and so on. If you are a Mac user, click the Mac button to download the Mac version. After that, just install it on your computer.

2. Launch the application and import PDF files into this converter

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Double-click the Quick Start icon to launch this PDF to Word Converter. Click "Add File(s)" button. Select the PDF files you'd like to convert and press "Open" button. The PDF files will be listed in the program like the above image.

3. Convert PDF document to Word *.docx format

Select "Microsoft Word 2007 (*docx)" format and click "Apply to All" button. If you need to update only some of the information in your PDF document, select the pages on the bottom-right panel of this PDF to Word Converter. When all is ready, click "PDF" button. It will be finished in a moment. You can find the Word file by clicking "Open" button at the bottom of the interface.

With the same method, you could also convert PDF to Excel.

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November 15, 2016 16:03 / Posted by to PDF
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