How do I open a Word file which was exported fron PDF?

how do I open a Word file which was exported from a PDF file?

Hi alansandy,
You can find your converted Word file stored in your account at You can download your file from your account by selecting it and clicking the Download icon. Then, you can open it right up in Word!

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