You must have a PC to do this demanding and composed tusk. If you do have Pdf To Word Conversion Reader it will do it for you. If not, do next. First, open your Word and let it open. Hover your mouse on the first page of the PDF you want to convert. Right click on your mouse and choose ”copy”. Then go to empty page of your Word document, but choose “paste” this time. Repeat until PDF is “converted” to Word document. There is even more simple method but requires time; you can write (copy) the text by typing (rewriting) PDF text into your Word document. Find similar photos if there's any in PDF (if PDF is protected from being copied) on Google and apply. But don't be afraid to use the converters, t don't bytes. You can use any of converters available online for free at least once, and use them no more, or cancel subscription if required. Google “Word to PDF converter” and go ahead. I used them many times and have never ever had any problems. No converter software download is required, convert your PDF (upload) online and download just the Word file.
Word does not allow the use of the mouse in the OCR stream. Some PDF converters allow you to choose where the text goes, so don’t count on it. And you should be aware that if a PDF has text that is a font, you must make sure that the document is saved in a font that supports that font. That is a pretty serious issue, because not all PDFs are compatible. Many PDFs are not saved as fonts at all, but in an ASCII format, rendering those fonts in text useless. So you need to choose your output format very carefully. The OCR Stream How OCR works in real life OCR is done in real time, without any conversion needed. The word stream is displayed in a window that appears as a floating window (this is how OCR works in practice). The OCR stream is a sequence of text records, the first.