Yes, there are various methods for you to edit PDF in Word. Personally, I can not agree more that to edit PDF is never easy. But nowadays more and more writers prefer to save the files in PDF format, which is more safe and accurate. Anyway, I think that using Microsoft Office to edit documents is far more convenient than PDF for me. In this article, I would like to share some tips with you on how to edit PDF in Word.
If your PDF is open to users, and the text you want to edit is not too long, then you can try the following simple way: you can copy the content you want to edit from the original PDF file and paste it to a Word document. Then you can edit the text in Word freely. Two pairs of keyboard shortcuts may be helpful：you can press Ctrl+C to copy, and Ctrl+V to paste.
However, if the content you need to edit is too much, you will soon feel exhausted for being switch between PDF and Word, copy and paste. Maybe you can consider using a PDF to Word converter to help you. Nowadays, there are various converters available in the market. VeryDOC PDF to Word Converter is a friendly one. No matter the PDF is open to all users or protected from being copied, you can use VeryDOC PDF to Word Converter to change PDF documents to Word files in seconds, preserving the original layout.
In the following part, I would like to show you how simple it can help edit PDF in Word.
Step 1：Run VeryDOC PDF to Word Converter
Step 2: Drag the PDF file containing the content you want to edit into the list box of the converter.
Step 3: Select output options.
Step 4: Click the Convert button and save the output Word document. It will take seconds to finish conversion.
Step 5: Open the converted Word document, and edit the content.
Step 6: After you finish editing, press the Print icon, and save the Word document in PDF format.