PDF files can be converted into Word files to better suit text manipulation


Word documents are the staple of text manipulation. The Microsoft provided Office suite has helped many generations over the years, and is the go-to service for when it comes to either drafting up a quick document or writing a full-blown 10 page document. Often times people are put in a situation where they are given a file that is not in Word format, and asked to edit that document. This can be quite an inconvenience. As someone that predominantly uses Word (if that’s the case) you might think that editing text in other formats shouldn’t be that hard since editing in Word isn’t hard at all.

Unfortunately things are a little more complicated than that. Editing text in a PDF file for example can be quite stressful and certainly not as productive. The reason we’ve chosen PDF for this example is because PDF is one of the best format available overall. Due to its popularity and sheer convenience, it’s understandable how some people might constantly use it and also send other people documents to edit thinking they’re PDF-ready.

Many users end up asking how can they convert pdf to word format. The answer is simple. All you need at your disposal is a tool that’s easy to find and knows how to do what you ask of it. To be more specific, you’re looking for something that can convert PDF documents to Word documents and won’t obliterate this month’s paycheck. You’re in luck because such converters are available all over the internet.

While searching for these converters, you will prominently find two types:

  • The paid type which requires either an upfront or monthly pay in exchange for its more or less competent services;
  • The free type, which might come in a not so cool of a packaging but can do its job great and give you what you need. There might also be some free solutions that are bad, but you can surely find a good one in a matter of two minutes by Googling it.

There are also the ones that you must download and install, but that’s not the case with every converter. A lot of them are accessible directly from the internet and only require that you upload whatever PDF file you are trying to convert.

After you’re done converting, simply use the appropriate option from the ones provided so that your new Word document is safe and sound in its new location. You might also be able to get other options if you access a website that provides them.

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Max Stanworth

I am the creator and editor of Design Shard, I created this blog to post my inspirations, work and free resources. I hope you find them as interesting and useful as I do. By day I am a UX focused product designer.