.pdf conversion to Word – Photo Issue

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Hello, I inserted photos in a Word document. Then I grayed them out so no one could identify who the people are. The document was saved as a .pdf file. Question: If someone was to convert the .pdf back to Word, could they re-create the original photos? Please inform.

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No, they can’t.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Probably, possible, either it can do in Word or Photoshop to restore its original form.
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  • Beautybdy
    Thank you mrbobbychicken
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  • Beautybdy
    Subhendu, I'm concerned about your response.  I grayed the pics out so much that you can't see who the individuals really are.  Then I saved my Word document with the pics in it in the .pdf format.  If someone can restore the pics to the original form, it could be a legal disaster for me.
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  • ToddN2000
    If you have any question if the pictures could be converted back to their original status, why add them to the document in the first place? Why not just create a second document with no pictures? 
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