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There is no good way to use Microsoft Word to edit PDFs. Microsoft Word is used for authoring an original document not modifying a portable document. True Word can import some data from a PDF. That feature is useful when you are authoring a new document and wish to salvage data from a PDF to prevent time spent entering data. In that case it is best to import the PDF into a file by itself and strip it of formatting then copy and paste it into your pre-formatted document as Normal . Then you will proceed to make other formatting changes for headings section numbering etc. If you must edit a PDF directly your edits should be minor. Even in Adobe Acrobat DC Pro you are limited in how much editing you can do. Fix a misspelled word maybe replace a word here or there. If you try to rearrange a document or make edits that cause significant changes regarding allocated space you will not get what you expect. The way flows in a PDF is not always what you expect so shortening or lengthening paragraphs will give strange results oftentimes. PDF editors are not page layout programs. So if your edits are minor and you must edit the of an existing PDF get your hands on a PDF editor (not free). If you can get away with obscuring existing and s you just need good annotation capability. If you have a Mac you can use Preview to annotate or cut and paste graphics. The free Acrobat Reader allows some annotations too. You can use annotations to white-out a section of and put in new annotation to replace it. If you are careful it may not be that noticeable. You can white-out s to alter graphics. You can create a Frankenstein Monster of a document if you like using free PDF annotation software. But then youll ask yourself why you didn just make a whole new document in Microsoft Word something you could call your own.
If you have installed Adobe try following Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat 3. Type a name for the document. (for more solutions to convert PDF to word s check this tutorial) Also you can use online free services Go to SmallPDF s upload files from your mac Dropbox or Google Drive; ordered-list 2. Click the download to download converted file in Word or in Image format. If you are looking for professional PDF converter You can use Cisdem PDF Converter OCR s to convert any PDFs into Word s 78 132
In my experience I had to use Adobe Acrobat. It is a PDF program and when you open the PDF file inside Acrobat (not reader) Pro or DC you choose what format you wish the document to be.
If your files are not highly private you can use online free Google OCR Login in your Google Account and go to Google Drive Right click to open with Google Docs wait for the Google OCR to automatically process OCR will find the scanned PDF editable in Google Docs. Also you can use PDF OCR Converters to make PDF searchable s on Mac or Windows Cisdem PDF Converter for Mac A professional PDF OCR s Converter enabling users to convert native and scanned PDFs into searchable PDF Word Excel PPT Keynote HTML Keynote and so on. Readiris 16 for Windows It converts any PDFs into searchable PDF Word Excel ODT ePub Audio and s 548 966
Well here are several solutions for you to keep the original format. Perform the conversion with Adobe Acrobat For your information a free adobe reader can not be used to perform ocr on files. Here we take adobe acrobat pro as an example Open PDF in Acrobat X Pro or Acorbat XI Standard Select the recognized part to copy to or export as Word or other just copy with formatting. choose language output as Word turn OCR ON
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You can split the document into smaller pieces and then convert each one into a PDF before joining them all together. It sounds difficult time-consuming (maybe) but it all depends on how your document set-up. If youve implemented styles correctly and by that I mean using Heading 1 Heading 2 and so on then you can split the document down by Heading 1 I did this very thing yesterday for a project Im working on where the entire documentation set is going to hit 7 or 8 pages. There are a number of ways you can do this but Ill just cover the sure-fire method here. First off do Save As for as many chapters as you need to break the document down into. Rename the saved docs by chapter name. Open the first one (chapter 1 would be logical). In the navigation pane Demote the last chapter so Heading 1 bes Heading 2. The the next Heading 1 above that. All the way until you just have Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. Then right-click on Chapter 2 and Select Heading and Content Now delete it. That leaves this document with just chapter 1. Do the same with the next document but leaving chapter 2. And so on. It quite long-winded but it guaranteed to work. Table of Contents You can add the Table of Contents by doing the same for that Generate the ToC in the full Word document. Select the ToC and then do Shift+F9 to hard-code the auto-update capability (this means the page numbers are fixed). And then delete the rest of the document - generate a PDF just from the TOC. Once all this is done you can assemble your PDF. If your Word skills are good this won take too long. If theyre not it might take a while but you will be better next time. Ive had to do this quite a few times unfortunately. But it does work. Other ways you might think of doing this Creating a Master Document with sub-documents Unfortunately this strips the headers and footers out so if you have them in the document it won work. Try to Save As PDF (rather than Word export feature) this does give me better s 366 584 Of course you could add your own new section breaks to segment it how you wanted first (always save as before trying this) and then remove them afterwards and then print something like s136 but without seeing the document it a hard call.
The best way is to use professional OCR software but you can also do it online. There are quite a few websites that offers free services to convert scanned PDFs and images to editable format such as Word. I have used some of them. In most cases they fail to recognize and convert scanned documents with accuracy. Sometimes they just don work at all. You can search free online ocr on Google and try them yourself. This video tutorial gives detailed instructions on how to convert PDFs including scanned PDFs to Word with high accuracy and efficiency. s