How to Convert PDF to Word
Now that you know how to create PDF files, it is also useful to know how convert pdf to word. Converting pdf to word is easy when you have Adobe Acrobat 9. Acrobat 9 is a pdf to word converter-- and here's how you do it:
Use the Export command to convert a PDF to Microsoft Word format, or Rich Text Format (RTF), a standard for exchanging content between text-editing applications. Images in the PDF are saved by default in JPEG format. The text file you obtain when you export a PDF to Doc or RTF is not equivalent to the source file in the authoring application. Some coding information may be lost in the conversion.
You can also export a PDF to plain text or accessible text. Accessible text follows the reading order preference selected in the Reading preferences, and includes comments and form fields in its output. Accessible text also includes some formatting, such as line breaks. Any alternate text in the document tags is used in place of images and figures. Plain text follows the structure order of text in the document and ignores all artifacts and figure elements in the conversion. Hard hyphens are preserved, and soft hyphens are removed.
Choose File > Export, and then choose a text format: Microsoft Word Document, Rich Text Format, or Text (Accessible or Plain).
Click Settings, select the options you want, click OK, and click Save.
Once you have your pdf document converted to Word, you can edit it as you normally would. If for some reason you wanted to convert it back to pdf (after editing) you could do so.