PRLog - Sep. 9, 2009 - I often send PDF files to my friends to share, as the PDF format is the best for file transmission. No matter what kinds of operate system they are using, they can see exactly the same PDF as long as they have a PDF reader. However, here is the problem, most of them are not technology guru, and many of them opened PDF using Microsoft word. Some of them got all content messed up and even needed to reboot the computer. I got ponds of complains. Thus, my friends asked me to write an article to explain how to open PDF and how to open PDF in Word. Then I will discuss them separately.
How to Open PDF in Word?
1 How to Open PDF
If you want to open PDF you may need a PDF reader. All the PDF readers on the market are FREE. The original PDF reader is Adobe reader. However you may try others, like Foxit reader, Sumatra PDF and PDF-Xchange Viewer. They are all light-weight and take less CPUs. I am using PDF-Xchange Viewer now. It allows me to add comments and annotations to any PDF file.
My friends also asked for online PDF, as they prefer viewing the PDF on the fly without installing any program. PDFMeNot is a free online PDF viewer. You can view PDF by either uploading a PDF file or entering the URL of a PDF file.
2 How to Open PDF in Word
Some of my friends still want to open PDF in word. One reason is that they want to extract content from PDF file, the other reason is that it is much easier to edit in word as everyone knows how to edit in word.
Here is one way to open PDF in Word directly, using AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter.
It offers the easiest way to convert PDF to word. You even don't bother to launch the program. You may download the program at: http://www.anypdftools.com/
Just right-click the PDF file you want to open, and click Convert with AnyBizSoft PDF to Word on the short cut menu. The PDF file is converted and a message box appears with a process bar indicating the processing. After the conversion, the output word document will open in front of you. The original text content, page layouts, images and text hyperlinks are preserved accurately. Unlike some of PDF to word converters on the market, you don't need to fight with weird text boxes and edit it manually all over again.
However AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter can do more than this. It has other features such as Batch Conversion, Partial Conversion and Remove Restriction to help you improve efficiency.
Next time, you want to open PDF in word directly. You may use AnyBizSoft PDF to word converter. It offers a free trial to convert 3 pages for free without time limitation and can even open PDF in Word 2010.