How to Open PDF as Word Doc

Have you ever received a PDF file that you needed to edit, but didn’t have the software to do so? Well, there’s an easy solution to this problem, and it involves converting the PDF to a Word document. In this post, we’ll show you how you can convert a PDF file into a Word file with just a few simple steps.

First, you’ll need to have Microsoft Word installed on your computer. Once you have that, locate the PDF file you want to convert and open it. For this example, we’ll use a sample resume file that has both graphics and text.

Next, open Microsoft Word and drag the PDF file over onto the home screen. A dialog box will appear that says Word will now convert your PDF to an editable Word document. Click OK, and Word will begin the conversion process. Depending on the size and complexity of the PDF file, this process may take a few minutes.

Once the conversion is complete, you’ll see the transformed version of the PDF. It may not look exactly like the original PDF, but you’ll be able to edit the text and graphics. Click on any of the elements in the document to edit them. If you want to crop a photo, for example, click on it and go to Format > Crop > Crop to Circle.

It’s worth noting that each element in the converted Word document is a separate line item. You may need to delete some of these lines and expand others to make the document look the way you want it to. But overall, the conversion process works well and makes it easy to edit a PDF file.

There are two ways to open a PDF file in Word: drag and drop the file onto the home screen or go to File > Open and browse to where you have the file saved. Either way, Word will convert the PDF file to an editable Word document.

In conclusion, if you have a PDF file that you need to edit, don’t worry about not having the software to do so. With Microsoft Word, you can easily convert a PDF file to a Word document and make all the changes you need.