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How to convert PDF to Word

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 converter will help a lot.

How to convert PDF to 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.Take Advanced PDF To Word 5.0 as example to show you how to convert PDF to word document.

Step 1.Select and add the PDF file to the PDF to Word Converter
click "Add PDF Files" , browse your files in your computer, and select your files which you want to convert.and then conversion will be done after a few seconds without launching the application. The PDF Converter support batch conversion mode, you can convert plenty of files at one time.

Step 2.Specify Output Options and output file format
After you select a PDF file or files for conversion, you need to specify ' Options ' .

Step 3.Specify output folder and start conversion
see,convert PDF to Word is so easy.all the original text content, images, layouts and even hyperlinks will be perfectly preserved after conversion. What's more,it can convert PDF file which was restricted by author to prevent others from copying, editing or even printing.
For more information,you can visit:

http://www.blog.advancedpdfconverter.com

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cannot open attachments from emails.


Hi There.
If you can not open attached documents it might be because programs are missing on your computer.
As an example:
for a file xxx.PDF you need a PDF reader installed eg. Adobe Reader.
Can be found here: http://www.adobe.com/downloads/
Download Adobe Reader and install it and you can read PDF files.
If the document is a Microsoft Office document you nee the whole Microsoft Office Package - but this package is not free - must by it.

As an alternative to the Microsoft program you can use Open Office.
Can be found here: www.openoffice.org
This program is compatible to Microsoft Office and it is free to use.

Other type of files need other programs etc.

Regards

Feb 03, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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i AM TRYING TO FILL IN AN APPLICATION FORM IN A PDF FILE AND I DON'T GET ANY OPTIONS TO HIGHLIGHT TEXTS. IS IT BECAUSE THE COMPUTER I'M USING DOESN'T HAVE MICROSOFT WORD INSTALLED?


What program did you use to open the PDF? If you opened it with the default program, you probably used Adobe Reader which does not allow you to edit PDFs. You can import PDFs into several Office suites with add-ons. For example, Open Office 3 has a PDF add-on that lets the PDF be opened and modified in Draw and Impress. There are also online PDF editors and some low cost alternatives to Adobe Acrobat is the full program that makes PDFs. PDFill PDF Editor gets some good reviews
http://download.cnet.com/PDFill-PDF-Editor/3000-6675_4-10295757.html
as does www.pdfescape.com/ (an on-line option). Please note that most will put their logo on your document as a footer or somewhere unless you use a paid version.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(word does the PDF import more easily as I recall (possibly with an add-on) but there are alternatives.)

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unable to create pfd with word 2007 document


That is normal, Word 2007 cannot create PDF documents, it can only save files on PDF but, being PDF non his own format, it will lose document format, and may not display pdf.

To create PDF you need the full version (not the free acrobat reader) of adobe acrobat, or a different adobe software (eg illustrator) that manages PDF.

See

Adobe Acrobat - How To Create Accessible Adobe® PDF Files Booklet

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Open attached files from e-mails


If all you are wanting to do is read or print the email attachments, and they have been written using Word 2003 or Excel 2003, you can go to Microsoft.com and download Word Viewer 2003 and Excel Viewer 2003. These two viewers will allow you to read or print either Word or Excel documents as long as the original composer used Word 2003 or Excel 2003, or some earlier version such as 2000 or XP. To the best of my knowledge, Microsoft has not released a viewer for any of its 2007 programs yet.

However, if you are wanting to compose new documents, or edit the attached documents, you will need to have a copy of the program in question.

There is also one other possibility. You can go to openoffice.org and download a free copy of Open Office. I am not sure if the Open Office Suite is 100% compatible with the Microsoft Office products, but it should be close enough to get you by.

One other thing, if you are receiving .pdf documents, you can go to Adobe.com and download the latest version of Adobe Reader. This is also a free download and will allow you to open, view and print the .pdf documents but, again, in order to edit them you will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat (not free) or some other compatible program such as Open Office (again there may be some slight compatibility issues to deal with).

Hope that helps - Graye

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