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In this tutorial, learn how to export your PDF data in a variety of file formats. Discover how to convert PDF to Word or convert PDF to Excel, or even convert to a number of formats like PDF/A, PDF/E, PDF/X, JPEG and more. This sample chapter from the Acrobat X PDF Bible explains the tools and methods for exporting PDF content.
This summary is excerpted from chapter 10 of The Acrobat X PDF Bible by Ted Padova, published by Wiley. Follow the link further below to download the complete 14-page sample chapter.
Acrobat has Save tools and commands and supports exporting your PDF data in a variety of file formats. If you need to perform major editing on PDF files, it's always best to try to return to the original authoring application, make your edits and then convert PDF to Word or other formats. In some cases, however, you may not have an original-authoring-application document. In such circumstances, you may need to get the PDF data in a format you can manipulate and edit in another program. Fortunately, Acrobat X supports exporting to many different file formats that can be imported into other programs.
Chapter 10 of The Acrobat X PDF Bible explores many methods for converting PDF to Word and other formats and the file formats supported by Acrobat X, including:
Download a PDF file of chapter 10 from The Acrobat X PDF Bible on Exporting PDF Content. [PDF: 4.3MB]
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