Spend less time retyping, more time making progress. Adobe® Acrobat® XI lets you save your PDF as an easy-to-edit Microsoft Word document — and keep all the formatting, too.
"As an intellectual property lawyer, I often need to annotate diagrams, tables, and charts without disturbing the formatting of the original documents. When I have finished marking up the document, I can then use Acrobat to convert the updated copy back to Microsoft Word."
— Andrew Moir, partner, Herbert Smith LLP
When you need to update information in a PDF but don't have the original file, don't retype the entire piece. Simply save your PDF file as a Word document. And finish your edits faster.
If you need to update only some of the information in your PDF document, select just the content you want, and then save it to a new Word file.
You can copy and paste parts of a PDF right into a Word doc. And in Acrobat XI, copying formatted information goes much quicker.
Need to rework a document, but all you have is a paper printout? No problem. Just scan the pages to PDF. Then automatically convert the information to text that you can edit in Word.
How to convert a PDF file to Word:
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