Convert a PDF File to a Microsoft Word Document with the Use of Microsoft Word

In your professional life, minor inconveniences can easily lead to a frustrated mood, even if they are minor. However, the majority of them are fixable. Receiving emails with an attached pdf file that you need to edit is a good example. Normally, editing a pdf document can be difficult, but this article will show you how to easily convert a pdf file into an editable Microsoft Word document. The best part is that you can convert the attached file for free using this manual; no need to worry about specialized, often expensive conversion tools!

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Convert a PDF file to a Word document step-by-step

It is recommended that you use Microsoft Word to convert a pdf file into an editable word document; however, this is only possible if you have a subscription or licence for Microsoft’s Office 365, Office 2013, 2016, or 2019. If you do, follow the step-by-step instructions below to easily convert your file.

 

Step 1: Open Word and click on “Open” on the left side of the Window.

Step 2: Click “Browse”.

Step 3: Navigate through your computer to find the PDF file you would like to convert. Select it and click “Open”.

Step 4: Word will ask if you would like to make a copy or convert the pdf file into an editable document.

Note: It will notify you that the converted Word file may not look exactly like the original, particularly if it contains a lot of graphics. Nevertheless, the file should become edible.

 

Step 5: Click “OK”.

 

Don’t worry, Microsoft Word creates a copy for you, thus you won’t make any changes to the original.

Was this article helpful for you? Feel free to discuss your favorite converting method in the comment section.

 

See you soon!

Aline & the Lookeen team


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