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    4 Ways of How to Insert PDF into MS Word Document

    PDF, which is short for Portable Document Format, is a file format created by Adobe. PDF is widely used in many industries, because fonts and images can be embedded and compressed into one file, and it is very easy to be shared. However, PDF is not that simple to be edited as Word. Have many PDF documents that need to be inserted into Word documents? If yes, the following 4 methods can help you a lot.

    Way1: Open PDF in Word 2013 Directly

    One of the biggest features of Microsoft Office 2013 is that the Word can open native PDF files easily. The postulated conditions are that your PDF has no password restrictions and the PDF is not a scanned one. Then you can use either of the following approaches to open PDF with Word 2013:

    Approach1: Open PDF with Adobe Reader, or Foxit, or other PDF readers. If MS Office 2013 installed, you will find an option in File menu: Open PDF with Word.

    Approach2: Launch MS Office Word 2013, click File - > Open, browse your PDF and then choose PDF from the file type drop-down.

    Please note, MS Office 2013 can only apply for Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows 8 platforms. For older Windows versions, Office 2013 doesn’t support, currently.

    Way2: Import PDF to Word after Conversion

    Another way to export PDF to Word is converting PDF as Word compatible format, such as DOCX. This can be done via iPubsoft PDF to Word Converter. Just launch the program, load one or more PDF files, then batch convert them into Word DOCX format instantly.

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    After conversion, the converted result can be opend with MS Office Word 2003, 2007, 2010, as well as the latest 2013.

    Way3: Embed PDF into an Existing Word

    Embedding PDF files within a Word document is similar to inserting images. But please note, the actual content of the imported PDF can’t be edited in Word. Following are the steps:

    Step1. Open Word document

    Launch Microsoft Word and open the word document you wish to open.

    Step2. Prepare to insert

    Put your mouse cursor at the location where you want to insert PDF and select the Insert tab. In the Text Group, click Object. Hit Adobe Acrobat Document and click OK.

    Step3. Start to insert

    Browse local PDF files you would like to insert and then click Insert.

    Way4: Copy and Paste PDF Contents to Word

    The most obvious solution is copying and pasting PDF contents into Microsoft Word. However, this way doesn’t work, always. Some PDF files are protected by password, which prevents you from opening, copying, editing PDF freely. So before copying and pasting, you have to use a professional PDF Password Remover to decrypt PDF firstly.