Microsoft Office is undoubtedly one of the most important programs to create or edit Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations. For all those who do not know there is no separate Microsoft PDF editor or Microsoft PDF writer available but the famous built-in word program can be used to edit PDF files.
Considering this, how do I edit a PDF in Microsoft Office?
Edit a PDF
- Go to File > Open.
- Find the PDF, and open it (you might have to select Browse and find the PDF in a folder).
- Word tells you that it's going to make a copy of the PDF and convert its contents into a format that Word can display. The original PDF won't be changed at all. Select OK.
Additionally, how can I edit a PDF on Windows for free?
- Smallpdf. A handy cloud-based free PDF editor.
- PDF-XChange Editor. Another superb tool for editing text in PDFs, with built-in OCR.
Can you edit a PDF file?
Does Windows 10 come with a PDF editor?
If you find yourself needing to edit a PDF file, you'll need to get a third party program of some kind as Windows 10 doesn't come with its own. There's a variety of both paid and free software that can do the job.
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