This tutorial shows you how to work with the Export PDFs features in Acrobat 9. See what the all-new Acrobat DC can do for you.

Download a free trial of the new Acrobat.

Export a PDF to an editable Microsoft Word file using Acrobat 9

Learn how to convert PDF to an editable Word document.

By Rick Borstein – May 7, 2009

 



In this tutorial, learn how to convert PDF to Word. Join Rick Borstein, Adobe business development manager for Legal and Life Science, as he shows you how to use the improved export to Microsoft Word features in Adobe Acrobat 9 to convert PDF to Word.


Did you know?

  • You can ask a question and get an answer from one of our experts.
  • You can search our database of over 800 tutorials by product and/or topic.
  • You can leave a comment below for the author of this tutorial.

Products covered:

Acrobat 9

Related topics:

Export PDFs

Top Searches:

Create PDF, Convert PDF to Word, Convert PDF to Excel, Convert PDF to PowerPoint

2 comments

Comments for this tutorial are now closed.

hannah

1, 2016-01-27 27, 2016

worked perfectly to flatten then convert - thanks

Ajay

11, 2015-07-19 19, 2015

Thank you for the tutorial…

Lori Kassuba

3, 2013-02-26 26, 2013

Hi Greg,

Was this document created using Adobe LiveCycle Designer? If so, then you’ll first have to flatten the XFA form (dynamic form) by printing to the Adobe PDF Printer. Then try doing a Save As on the static PDF file.

Thanks,
Lori

Greg Orr

3, 2013-02-22 22, 2013

Trying to convert document from Acrobat 9 pro to Microsift Word document to edit text. I am following the steps on the tutorial but get the error message “Save As failed to process this document. No file was created”. Any suggestions?

Greg

Comments for this tutorial are now closed.