How to Edit PDFs in Microsoft Word 2016
Microsoft calls this new feature PDF Reflow
Working with PDFs has become as common as working with Word docs; however, to get the full editing capabilities in Adobe Acrobat, you must shell out $449 for the desktop Pro 2017 version, or almost $180 per year for a Pro DC subscription.
While there are plenty of alternative PDF editors, the simplest solution might be a tool you already use: Microsoft Word 2016.
While previous versions of Word let you save a document as a PDF, Word 2016 allows you to open an Adobe formatted file, modify it and then re-save it back to the PDF format without using Acrobat. Microsoft calls this new feature PDF Reflow, and here we’ll show how it works with a file containing text and an image.
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