Spend more time on real work, less time on busywork. In the office or on the go, you can save your PDF files as formatted Microsoft Word documents — and start new projects without starting over.
Stop retyping. Start making progress.
Convert all the great work stored in your PDF to a Word document that’s easy to update. Keep the fonts and layouts intact — including bullets and tables.
Convert PDFs to Word docs from anywhere.
Even when you’re out of the office, you can turn PDFs into Word documents to edit or use as the starting point for a new project.
Turn scanned PDF documents into Word files.
When you convert scans to Word in Acrobat, the original formatting gets converted, too — even in complicated documents. No need to spend cycles reflowing and adjusting text.
Export just the text you need.
If you only need some of the information in your PDF file, it’s fast and easy to copy and paste select parts of a PDF right into a Word doc.
How to convert a PDF file to Word:
- Open a file in Acrobat.
- Click on the Export PDF tool in the right pane.
- Choose Microsoft Word as your export format, and then choose Word Document.
- Click Export. If your PDF contains scanned text, Acrobat will run text recognition automatically.
- Name the Word file and save it in a desired location.
Choose the Acrobat DC plan that works for you.