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How to Save a PDF file in MS Word

By charles_r_conic ·
How do you save a PDF file in MSWord so that you can type directly on the form. I would like to take a form and make it a word template so I can key the info in on-line instead of having to print the PDF form out and use a Typewriter.

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How to Save a PDF file in MS Word

by provodnik In reply to How to Save a PDF file in ...

You can simply create a form of any kind you wish in Word, then lock it, save it as a template, and after that you can tab between fields and fill them in without changing anything on the form itself.

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by charles_r_conic In reply to How to Save a PDF file in ...

What I want to know is how do I save a form or page that I already have in PDF format into Microsoft Word. Then I want to save that Word document as a word template and type on the template.

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How to Save a PDF file in MS Word

A full blown version of Adobe Acrobat has options to copy parts of a pdf or the entire thing over to another windows based application. If you have access to acrobat you can use the table tool to select your table, right click choose table from theshortcut menu and then you can copy the table over to word. You can also choose to save parts of a pdf over to individual files.

good luck

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How to Save a PDF file in MS Word

by SyscoKid In reply to How to Save a PDF file in ...

If you only have Acrobat Reader, you may have to resort to copy & paste.

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