PDF To Word Conversion

How Do You Convert From PDF To Word Without Losing Formatting?

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How Do You Convert From PDF To Word Without Losing Formatting?

There are two basic formats for PDF files. Text based and image based. Text based still preserves the letters, image based is like a photographic image — the text data is lost. Text based lets you copy the text, image based does not. Some not so good ways. Print the PDF file and then scan it in and choose MS Word output format, OR Open a new word doc (for text based only). Open the PDF file Highlight the topmost letter in the document. Page down to the bottom and press Mouse-click That should highlight the whole file (sometimes A works.) Enter C (or right-click copy)to copy the entire document to the paste buffer Paste inside the word doc (V) If you have OCR SW, then try that directly, i.e. skip the print and scan The above ways preserve much of the formatting, but you still have to do some clean up

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