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Today Im going to answer a common question I often get. How to convert a PDF file into a Word document, so I can edit it. Now, there are plenty of solutions and converters out there, but Im going to show you a proven solution that will work. (upbeat music) All you need is Microsoft Word in a desktop version. Anything starting from Word 2013 and later will do. Its super simple. So lets say you have this PDF document here, which you want to edit and make some changes to. All you have to do is open Microsoft Word, click on open, and then browse for your file. In my case, I have it right here, because I pinned it before. Alternatively, you can also just drag it here, then Word will convert the document. Youll get this message informing you that depending on the size of the document, this could take a while, and that the result might not look exactly like the original PDF. Just click on OK and thats it. It did an excellent job converting the text and even most of the formatting is li