How to convert Adobe PDF to Microsoft Word

Tweak PDF to Word 3.0 is a prominent PDF to Word conversion software solely fo...
Step2. Select document pages

On the "Options", select "All Pages" to convert the entire PDF document. Select "Page
Number...
document.




Step4. Select the output folder

Click "Browse" to locate your output folder for your destination files.
Step5. Start to convert

Click "Convert" to start the conversion.




When the conversion completes, a dialogue window pop...
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How To Convert Adobe Pdf To Microsoft Word

  1. 1. How to convert Adobe PDF to Microsoft Word Tweak PDF to Word 3.0 is a prominent PDF to Word conversion software solely for PDF to Word conversion with the best conversion quality and fast speed. Step1. Browse in the files On launching the program, click "Add File(s)" to browse Word documents into the program. You can browse more than a file at a time for the conversion.
  2. 2. Step2. Select document pages On the "Options", select "All Pages" to convert the entire PDF document. Select "Page Number" to convert part of the PDF document and enter a page number in the blank. Step3. Select the output file format Select "Rich Text Format (*.rtf)" to convert the PDF document to RTF document. Select "Word Document (*.doc)" to convert the PDF document to Microsoft Word
  3. 3. document. Step4. Select the output folder Click "Browse" to locate your output folder for your destination files.
  4. 4. Step5. Start to convert Click "Convert" to start the conversion. When the conversion completes, a dialogue window pops up asking you to open the file, open the folder or just close the window.

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