PDF, or portable document format files are read only files, a format you could save your Word documents to in Word 2013 that was ideal for sharing read only versions of your documents with others. In Word 2016, you can take your work with pdf files to the next level. In this movie, you will know how to open a pdf file in Word, edit the document, and save it back to pdf for sharing.
- [Voiceover] PDF files are a great format…to save your documents to if you want to share them…with others but not necessarily allow them…to make changes to the document, just view it.…It is a read-only format, portable document format,…to be exact, and in Word 2013, you could save to that format…if you wanted to.…So you could take your Word documents, turn them into PDFs…before you shared them with others.…Well here in Word 2016, you can take it a step further.…You can open up PDF files, edit those files,…and save them back to PDF.…
That's exactly what we're going to do.…You can see I've closed up anything I'm working on.…You can do the same if you like,…because we're going to go to the File tab,…and we're going to open up a file from…the Chapter 2 folder of your exercise files.…You can browse to that location…where you'll find the PDF file.…It's actually a Press_release0203.…Notice the file format, portable document format.…With it selected, clicking Open…should display a message that Word is about…to convert the PDF to a Word document you can edit.…
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