PDF has become so popular that I really like to share my documents in PDF format, as PDF is high compatible with any OS and the strong security restrictions protect my PDF files from others copying or changing. It is easy to open a normal PDF, just with a free PDF reader like Adobe Reader or Foxit PDF Reader. But if you have tried to open PDF in Word, you'll find that all the PDF contents are messed up strange symbols and codes in Word; as Word has different coding with PDF.
Is there an efficient way to open PDF in Word with text layout and formatting preserved accurately? Of course yes. Simpo PDF to Word is a good choice for this. The third generation of this program supports to retain almost all contents from a PDF file to Word, text contents, fonts and formatting, images, tables and graphics.
How to open PDF in Word with Simpo PDF to Word?
2. Run it and import PDF files. As this PDF to Word converter supports batch conversion, you can import a batch of PDF files at a time.
3. Click the Convert button to convert your PDF files to Word.
4. Open the converted files in Word.
Now, you may know that open PDF in Word is actually to convert PDF to Word and then view PDF contents in Word, not really open the PDF files with Office Word program, as PDF and Word are two different file formats with different coding. But with a PDF to Word converter, you can open PDF contents in Microsoft Word, even open PDF in Word 2007 or open PDF in Word 2010 if you want to.