Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word Conversions



Q:  How can I convert a Word document into a PDF file?

A:  To convert a Word document into a PDF file using Microsoft Office 2007, please follow the directions below:

  • Open a document in Microsoft Office Word 2007
  • Click the Office Button

  • Hover your mouse over Save As and click on PDF or XPS

  • Ensure the file type you have selected is PDF and click on Publish


Q:  How can I convert a PDF file into a Word document?

A:  It is possible to convert a PDF file into a Word document using several different methods.  Below you will see a list of links to site containing tools that allow you to complete the conversion:

  • PDF to Word Converter v2.5.3 - Free
    an efficient application with unique feature to PDF to Word 2010 (.docx) 2007(.docx), 2003(.doc). The original text, layouts, images and hyperlinks can be exactly retained in the generated Word documents. Modifying and reusing the contents becomes easy after converting PDF to Word
  • PDF to Word - Free
    quickly and easily create editable Microsoft Office files (ex: Word, Excel).  This tool is web-based and does not require you to download an application.  To find out more information about this online tool, click here.

Alternatively, if you have Adobe Professional, you can convert PDF files to Word documents through Acrobat Professional.  To do so, follow the instructions below:

  • Open Adobe Acrobat Professional
  • Click on File located at the fop left-hand corner of the application

  • Hover your mouse over Export and click on Word Document

  • Ensure that the file type is set to Microsoft Word Document (*.doc) and click on Save

Note:  Some formatting may be lost or altered during the conversion process when converting PDF documents using any of the methods shown above.