Have upgraded to Microsoft Word 2010 and want to convert your PDF file to Word 2010 in Windows 7? There are many online PDF to Word converters, but few support to convert PDF to Word 2010; but you can use this PDF to Word 2010 converter, Simpo PDF to Word, which not just works on Windows 7, but it is also compatible with Windows 8. Converting PDF to Microsoft Word 2010 will save your time in retyping and you can easily reuse the contents in the PDF files. And you can do this in three simple steps:
Step 1, download and run PDF to Word 2010 converter
Click the Windows button to download Simpo PDF to Word and install it on your Windows computer to convert PDF to Word 2010; the Mac version is also available if you are using Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion and Snow Leopard.
Step 2, import PDF files need to convert
You can import PDF files in two ways: a) click the Add PDF(s) button; b) drag a collection of PDF files and drop them to PDF to Word converter's interface. You can add up to 200 PDF files for converting to Microsoft Word 2010.
Step 3, convert PDF to Word 2010
Check the Word format option, and select an output location by clicking Browse button, then click the Convert button to convert PDF to Word 2010. Few seconds later, all imported PDF files are converted to Word 2010 compatible .docx documents.
Tips: 1. The latest version will convert PDF to Word .doc or .docx according to your Office version, so if you have Office 2010 installed, the converted Word documents will be saved as compatible .docx. And if you are using other office version, like 2003 or 2007, this PDF to Word converter will convert PDF to Word 2003 and PDF to Word 2007 accordingly.
2. There is another comprehensive PDF converter that not just supports to convert PDF to Word 2010 in Windows 7, but also converts PDF to PowerPoint 2010, and PDF to Excel, PDF to Text, PDF to HTML and PDF to Images.
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