HOW TO CONVERT AND EDIT PDF FILE
IN WORD 2013
If you’ve just upgraded Microsoft Office to latest version, you can launch Word 2013 and use
its PDF Reflow feature that helps import a PDF file into a Word document and allows the text to
be edited, formatted and saved in PDF and other Word formats. Since it is basically designed
to convert PDF document into Word format, it doesn’t always show the original layout of the
document and often break the pages at random in order to properly adjust the size of images
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EDIT PDF FILE IN WORD 2013
To get started with the conversion, simply head over to the FILE menu –
> Open –> Browse and locate the PDF you want to convert.
You can also find a PDF to convert from SkyDrive or other cloud based
You will get a warning dialogue
box mentioning the likelihood of a
long waiting time in case of a large PDF document. Click
OK to start with the conversion.
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Your PDF file will be converted into Word document
(editable). You can now add, edit, delete and move text
according to your requirements. You have all the features of
Word 2013 formatting at your disposal. For instance, when
you select an image from the converted PDF document, it will
reveal the Picture Tools Format tab on the ribbon, letting you
apply any of the default style and design options that you want. Similarly, all the text editing
tools can be employed for managing text in the document.
When you’re done editing the document, you have the option to either save the file as Word
2013 document or PDF file.
SAVE AS WORD 2013 DOCUMENT OR PDF FILE
Click FILE –> Save As –> Browse and select a location to save the file.
Pick “Word Document (*.docx) as File Type, and click on Save. Likewise,
in order to save it in original format, choose the PDF format and then select
the quality (Standard or Minimum size) before hitting the Save button.
It is recommended to pick a new name for your revised PDF file to avoid the risk of overwriting
the original PDF file. While saving the PDF, you also can also change the following things:
Add tags to the PDF file
Add a title to the PDF file
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