Editing your PDF Documents in Word is finally possible: Microsoft Word 2013 is a very solid and powerful upgrade that offers impressive new advanced and improved features for both reading and editing. The best feature of MS word 13 is that you can open any PDF document, edit it and save it very easily without any problems
Opening and Editing of PDF document in Word 2013: (How it works – Video included below)
Well, the whole thing functions very easily. Open any of your PDF file in word, Just set the format of the openend file from “word to PDF”. It shows you the protected view, blocking your system from getting infected by virus-injected PDF documents. After you have opened your PDF file in word, just click on the “Enable Editing” option which is located under the highlighted yellow ribbon menu button.
Now you are shifted from reading to editing mode, Here you are free to edit not only text, but also tables, margins, images, re-sizing pictures, adding, removing and highlighting information completely and effectively.
While converting PDF file to Word doc, all the previous formatting remains intact and you can work in this converted word document like any other word document. You can edit whatever you want and , when you are finished, simply save the file back to PDF. Now click on “File” and then “Export” button from the menu and select “Create PDF /XPS Doument” and you are done. In the video below you are going to see this function in more detail : (below the video is a download link)