How to Convert PDF to Word 2013
Want to convert PDF to Word 2013 with the original PDF content, graphics and layout 100% preserved? To be honest, Microsoft Word 2013 is coming with the feature of opening a PDF file, making converting PDF to Word 2013 very easy. However, when you open a PDF file with Microsoft Word 2013, you can see that some images just lost and the layout of the PDF file is changed. If you insist on getting an exact replica of the original PDF for Word 2013, you should try one of the two solutions below to convert PDF to Word 2013 documents.
Solution 1: Convert PDF to Word 2013 with a desktop tool (faster & more features are available)
Step 1. Download PDF to Word 2013 Converter
Click Download to get the installation file of Wondershare PDF Converter. And then double click the .exe file to install the application on your computer. It runs well in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows Vista based computers. If you have a Mac OS X based computer, try the Mac version, Wondershare PDF Converter for Mac.
Step 2. Import PDF files and select Microsoft Word as the output format
Launch the PDF to Microsoft Word 2013 Converter. Click Add Files to import PDF files. Up to 200 PDF files can be uploaded each time. On the right side of the main window, you’ll see the output format drop-down list. From here, select Microsoft Word as the output format. This PDF to Word 2013 tool will detect the Microsoft Office 2013 you've installed on your computer.
Step 3. Begin PDF to Word 2013 conversion
Before converting PDF files to Word 2013 docs, in the Selected Pages column, click to select PDF page(s) or page range(s) to convert to Word 2013. Click Convert to begin the PDF to Word 2013 conversion. A progress bar will tell you how it goes on with the PDF to Word 2013 conversion. In just a second, the conversion should be done. And then click the little folder icon on each PDF item bar to check the output Word 2013 documents.
Solution 2: Convert PDF to Word 2013 with an online tool (free, support PDF files smaller than 10MB)
If the PDF file that you're going to convert is smaller than 10MB, you're able to use the free PDF to Word Online Converter below. From this simple window, you can see that all you need is to upload a file, select the Word document type and begin the conversion process.
You'll see the output Word 2013 documents look the same with the original PDF files, no text, graphics and images are lost. Besides, with PDF to Word 2013 Converter, you can also convert password protected PDF files to Word 2013 as well.