Discussion: It's not easy to convert PDF to Word document

EnterpriseDesktopATE Serdar Yegulalp Profile: EnterpriseDesktopATE
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Our expert explains why it's easier to save a Microsoft Word document to PDF than convert it back, as well as options for trying.

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  • AnonymousUser
    If you have Acrobat Pro, save it as a Word doc then fix the formatting--you have a hard copy (the PDF), so you know what it looks like. You created it originally, so this isn't your first rodeo. Guys, this isn't that tough to do, nor does it take that long. If you want the easiest way, copy the entire converted doc then paste it unformatted into a new Word doc and just fix the formatting--no "garbage" comes along with the unformatted paste, you get to select the fonts, etc., that you need. I've done 200-page contracts this way. It isn't as bad as retyping the doc from scratch and you do it in-house (no waiting on an outside service).
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