Convert PDF to Word

What is PDF (Portable Document Format / .pdf) PDF (Portable Document Format) is a universal file format developed by Adobe in 1992. It was released as an open standard in 2008 and that increased its adoption by the software industry. This format was designed to present documents consistently across multiple devices, programs, and platforms. Due to its platform independence, it is widely used on the Internet for saving and exchanging documents. A PDF file can store a wide variety of data, including images, fonts, and text formats. The information is saved in a standard format and the document looks the same on all devices. To view PDF files you need specific software like Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar programs, but any computer can open a PDF file if it has such a product installed. Most of the web browsers have plugins available for viewing PDF documents and many mobile devices can view, send, and save this type of files as well. What is WORD (DOCX / .docx) DOCX is a format for Microsoft Word documents that typically contains text. It was introduced in 2007 with the release of Microsoft Office 2007. DOCX is the newer version of DOC, the original official Microsoft Word file format. DOCX creates small and light files, which are easy to read and transfer. It contains XML files that are collected inside a ZIP archive. The content of the Word document can be viewed by unzipping its contents. The open nature of the Office Open XML standard means that it can be read by many word processors like Microsoft Word, LibreOffice, and online tools like Google Docs. There may be times where you need to convert an existing DOCX document into the PDF format or convert a PDF document into a DOCX file format. Here you can find a very good solution.

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