Converting a PDF to Word 2007

I need to convert a PDF file to Word 2007 in an editable format.  Is this possible and how do I achieve it?
I want to be able to preserve the formating as well as all the text.  I want the text to be in the same format and editable in word along with all the objects and images.

I'm afraid this isn't a forum where we know a lot about PDFs either.  We're more about Photoshop and image editing here.  The Acrobat forum *might* be better...
http://forums.adobe.com/community/acrobat/creating__editing_%26_exporting_pdfs?view=discus sions
-Noel

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  • PDF to Word 2007

    Hello I am trying to convert a PDF to Word 2007 in an editable format while retaining the original layout of the PDF.  I have downloaded a lot of different free options online that have simply pasted the PDF into word as an image instead of a .doc
    Can anyone help me with this?

    If you want it done properly obtain Acrobat X (Standard or Pro).
    Either supports save as / export to MS Word.
    You can obtain a free 30-day trial of Acrobat X Pro at:
    https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=acrobat_pro&loc=en
    Alternatively you could subscribe to Adobe's online service ExportPDF.
    https://www.acrobat.com/exportpdf/en/home.html
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    Try printing to the Adobe PDF printer, the more fundamental process (PDF Maker is a preprocessor for the printer). If that does not work, then try with print-to-file selected. Open the file in Distiller and see if the PDF is created. If the latter happens, then check for AcroTray running in the background. It is required to automate the process and is needed by PDF Maker.

  • How do I convert from pdf to word? I see an option to do so, however, when I click on it, Ia box opens...

    when I try to convert from pdf to word, a box opens and suggests I am to click on (select) the file I want to convert. It sounds all well but it does not work. I really really just want my files back in word, all of them, no matter, because after having to reinstall windows 7 (done by techs) and me having to re-download all my HP drivers, and tools, and other software, which I imagine included adobe reader, now I see some pdf files won't open. It says, "access denied" and boy that really makes me wantt o scream. I am the ONLY user, it is my notebook, I am the administrator so I can't figure out why some files open and some don't. I can't ascertain any difference.
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  • I have converted a pdf to word. How can I access the Word file from my online account?

    I have converted a pdf to word. How can I access the Word file from my online account? When it says 'download the converted file' I choose a location on my PC and click, but nothing happens. It seems that it can only save the converted file to my online account. I went to my online account but I see no way to look for the file

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    Please try the same using a different browser and check.
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  • Trying to convert a PDF to Word all it says is "An error occurred while signing in". I am signed in though?

    Trying to convert a PDF to Word all it says is "An error occurred while signing in". I am signed in though?

    Hi Sara
    I followed your link and uploaded a file. Trying to convert this file and says the following as if it does not realize I have already paid for this conversion process:
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  • How do I convert a pdf in word and if I did where did it go or get sent to...

    Look I am not looking to discuss anything all I want is to convert the PDF into word.... I thought I did and it even looked like I did ... but I can't find it... just want steps to convert pdf to word document

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    Regards,
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  • I've bought Adobe PDF Export  but how do I convert a pdf to word?

    Hi,
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    Thanks
    Rob

    Hi Rob,
    Please login at https://cloud.acrobat.com/exportpdf to use Export PDF feature.
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  • How do I convert a pdf to Word.  The India support people are of no help!

    How do I convert a pdf to Word.  The India support people are of no help!

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    Hi again Raechel,
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    case -- Word is still buggy as hell (forgive the minor expletive)!!
    Glad you made your printing deadline!!
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    Melanie
    Melanie Blank
    Product Documentation Specialist
    Rochester Software Associates (RSA)
    (585) 987-6972
    [email protected]
    From:
    Raechel02 <[email protected]>
    To:
    Melanie Blank <[email protected]>
    Date:
    06/15/2011 09:34 AM
    Subject:
    Creating PDF in Word 2007 creates horizontal line
    Melanie,
    I read your post, and decided to spend my evening figuring out what was
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    Raechel

  • How do you convert a PDF to Word or Excel in Acrobat 9 Pro?

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    after i convert a pdf to word doc, how do i save it in Word so i can change?

    A "picture".
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            As you can see I have tried this more than once.
    I just don’t know what to do from there.
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