PDF file format is considered to be a universal standard when it comes to sharing documents, contracts, confidentiality agreements etc. At times there is a need to edit and convert PDF files to other formats and Classic PDF is just the right tool you need. Editing and converting a PDF file isn’t an easy task, but with Classic PDF, the whole thing becomes easy, time saving and fun. Although Classic PDF Editor helps you to convert any PDF file to popular formats like Doc, XLS and PPT, but in this tutorial we will be discussing converting PDF Files to Doc format.
Follow the steps given below to convert a PDF file to doc format using ClassicPDF:
The first step is to download Classic PDF Editor and save the setup file on your desktop. Click on the image below to download the setup file.
Now double click on the Classic PDF Editor Setup file you just downloaded and follow onscreen instructions to install.
Once the installation is complete, double click on Classic PDF icon on your desktop to launch the application.
Now in the application menu bar, click on Open > Open a PDF Document.
Now select the PDF file you want to convert to Doc format and click on OK.
Once you are done selecting the PDF file you want to convert to Doc, you will see the file open in Classic PDF Work Area.
Now click on Convert in the Classic PDF Editor top menu.
After this, click on PDF to Doc icon and wait for the conversion to complete.
After the conversion is complete, your converted document in .doc will open in Microsoft Word or any other editor you are using. Now simply save the document on your computer.
And there you go! Converting a PDF file to DOC wasn’t ever this easy! You can also watch the video below to get interactive instructions on converting PDF file to DOC format.
How do I Convert PDF Files to Doc Format: Step by Step Guide
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