How can I open PDF files in Microsoft Word?
Microsoft Word 2013 and later have the ability to open a pdf file and convert it into an editable Word document. To do this, use the File…Open dialog within Word. You will get a warning dialog telling you that the document will be converted. Click OK and be patient.
What is the correct way to open a PDF file in Word 2007?
Word 2007 does not have the built-in ability to open (non-protected) pdf files. This functionality was introduced, if I remember correctly with Word 2013.You can probably do it using some third-party plug-in (additional program), or if you take a tool like Nitro pdf Pro, it has the ability to convert a pdf file (as long as it’s not edit-restricted) directly into a Word file, which you can then open directly with Word 2007.There are also plenty of online services which can do this conversion for you, such as PDF to Word Converter. I just offer this service as an example - you may want to Google “convert pdf to Word online” - you’ll find plenty.Hope this helps.
How can you open a document in PDF format?
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How can I reduce the size of a PDF file to under 100kb?
Reducing a PDF file size is less done than wished. Important thing is to see what you are having as a PDF - what is the content in that file. If it is full of images (visible and hidden), placeholders and contains rich text, then the PDF size would be huge too. If you are converting an MS Word document to PDF first, then try to reduce the image size in Word.Check this link to do so: Reduce the file size of a pictureIf you already have a PDF and cannot alter the source document, then you may use online options/tools to reduce the size of PDF files. These work most of the times and files with images tend to lose more than raw text.Check this link to do so: Compress PDF – Reduce your PDF Online for FreeI am sure the above will help. The best idea though is to alter source files (MS Word) before converting them to PDF.There are a lot of courses which can teach you the nuances of MS Office applications on SkillShare. Join SkillShare using this exclusive referral link today and enjoy 2 months of FREE PREMIUM Access.Let me know if this helps :)I blog at Thus Spake Tan!
Can you get a virus from downloading a file, but not opening it? Specifically, when a website automatically downloads a PDF or Word document on a Mac, but you put it right in the trash.
If there is a virus embedded in the document, then you have the virus on your computer. Until you open the document, your computer is not infected, really. It would be like what would happen if you touched a doorknob that you knew your flu-suffering roommate touched last, and then immediately stopped and washed your hands, then disinfected the doorknob. By putting the document in the trash immediately, you significantly reduce the chance of an infection—as long as it is just that document with a virus.Edit: I should add that with most document types, your computer cannot become infected until you open the document in the app that can execute the virus code—usually, but not always, a Microsoft product like Excel or Word—and the virus is capable of running on macOS.
Is there open source library to convert PDF to Word and vice versa?
I mean do the Google search but I doubt it.Both formats are nontrivial, further, the PDF to Word direction is very difficult and may not even be totally possible in all cases — without rasterizing pieces of the PDF anyway.Libraries that can do anything with Word documents (.doc and .docx files) tend to be commercial. For example, I recommend the commercial suite of libraries called Aspose for C# and Java that will do the .doc/.docx - PDF conversion in both directions.
Why can Google search for words and phrases within a PDF, but once the file is open in my PDF reader, I can't search for those same words or phrases?
I see two general possibilities why you may get a PDF search result, but cannot search the phrase in the opened PDF file:Google’s algorithm might have thought “oh, he is searching for the color brown, so let us include results in the search that contain a color close to brown”. This is why it can happen that you search for one phrase, but also get offered search results for other phrases, where Google’s search algorithm thought they would also be a good match.On the other hand: Many readers for the PDF file format have been developed over the years. It could be that you use a PDF reader which either does not support searching within the file, or whose Search function is not invoked by pressing ctrl-f.I suggest you take these steps:Press ctrl-f in the reader and see if a search field is opened anywhere in the reader’s user interface. I say “anywhere”, because not all readers open the search field at obvious places.If you do not succeed with step 1, look for the Help function of the reader, probably a question mark at the top right. Enter “search” or “find” in the Help’s search field to see which icon or keyboard command the programmers thought would be a good choice for the Search function.If even step 2 does not help, consider installing Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, the PDF reader by the inventor of the PDF format. Use ctrl-f to invoke the search function in Acrobat Reader.