Open PDF Document in Microsoft Word
Can I open PDF document in Microsoft Word? And how to do it?
Yes. You can open PDF document in Microsoft Word 2013 and newer versions without using any other conversion tools, just follow these steps:
1. Run Microsoft Word.
2. Go to File > Open > Computer > Browse.
3. Search, select and open a PDF document.
You will see a warning message saying that:
"Word will now convert your PDF to an editable Word document.
This may take a while. The resulting Word document will be
optimized to allow you to edit the text, so it might not look
exactly like the original PDF, especially if the original file
contains lots of graphics."
4. Select "OK" skip the warning.
5. Wait until Word finishes the conversion. You will see your PDF document in Word format.
6. Save the document in Word format.
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