Question by  margaret (14)

How to open a pdf file in Microsoft word?

I need to open a pdf file in Microsoft.


Answer by  Jove (164)

Unfortunately, Microsoft Word does not allow you to open PDF files. To do this, you must use Adobe Reader. However, there are converters (some are free) that will convert your PDF file to a Word file. So if you still need to open PDF in Word, a converter will do.


Answer by  benjiross (993)

There are several free online tools to do this - you can try this convertpdftoword. net. Another option is to cut the content and paste it in a blank word document.


Answer by  gigo (1706)

There is no possibility to do that in a direct way - You have to make screen copys to convert the pdf page into a bmp and convert it afterwards with finereader or omnipage. With these programs you can recognize the letters and the structure of the text which can be exported to word in the end.


Answer by  Atomicrayon (2504)

There is no way to open up a pdf file in Microsoft Word. You'll need to either download a file converter to convert PDF file into something usuable by microsoft word or get a program that can read pdf.


Answer by  Valentine62 (2131)

Open pdf file, click File, and click Save As. Save in Desktop and under File name, select .doc. Then open Microsoft Word and drop and drag pdf icon into word.


Answer by  phoenix85 (366)

PDF files must be opened in either Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Acrobat Reader, or another Adobe product that has the capabilities of handling a PDF file. Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop are two other examples of software that can open PDF files.


Answer by  nuttree (1596)

Microsoft Word will not open a file that is in PDF format; you would need to convert the file to a word-readable format. Third-party vendors offer software for this purpose.


Answer by  NoblesseOblige (444)

You should use Abode Acrobat to open and edit PDF files instead of Word. If using the PDF and selecting to open it with Word does not work, use Acrobat.

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