Convert PDF Files To Word Documents

PDF documents are usually not editable which makes it a hassle when you want to update a particular PDF document and add changes to it. However there are several tools which will help you convert PDF files into different formats.


We came across another such service, which will help you to convert PDF files to Word Documents, making it much more easier for you to edit.

The PDF to Word converter is a browser based web service which will allow you to quickly and easily create editable DOC/RTF files, making it a cinch to re-use PDF content in applications like Microsoft Word, Excel, OpenOffice, and WordPerfect. Best of all, it’s entirely free.


The PDF to Word converter retains the text formatting, including all the bold & italics, hyperlinks and more, in addition to maintaining proper paragraph formatting and justification and adding the proper header and footers to the word document.

The PDF to Word converter service is invite only, however you can use the invite code nitroto signup with the service to get a quick beta invite.

PDF to Word converter [via FreewareGenius]

6 thoughts on “Convert PDF Files To Word Documents”

  1. Wow cool idea Thanks.

    This is great timing. Someone just sent me a PDF file that I could use as an article on my website. I really didn’t want to retype it.

  2. Thanks for featuring our new PDF-to-Word converter on your site. Much appreciated! By the way, the service is now an open beta and can be used by anyone.

  3. Thanks for sharing. However, personally I find desktop converter better. No need to provide my email box to them and wait for the converted files.
    I am using anybizsoft pdf to word converter now. A friend recommended to me. It works well with the ability that convert encrypted pdf files.
    Maybe you could have a try.

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