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Nitro PDF Pro
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Convertir PDF a Word

Nitro Pro contains export functionality that allows you to convert PDF files into Microsoft Word documents (.DOCX files) enabling you to easily and reliably re-purpose your content in Microsoft Word. You can convert a range of pages, whole files, or whole collections of files in a single task.

NOTE: OCR (Optical Character Recognition) will be automatically used on image-based (or scanned) PDF files to recognize and convert the text contained in the document.

How to convert PDF to Microsoft Word:

1. On the Home tab, in the Convert group, click To Word

2. In the Convert PDF To Word window, do any of the following:

  • Under Files for Conversion, click Add Files, and then browse to select additional PDF files to include
  • Highlight a PDF file from the list and then use the Move Up or Move Down options to reorder the documents, or click Remove to remove a document from the list
  • Click the checkbox next to Include all open PDF documents to quickly export the open PDFs to Word
  • To convert specific pages within a document, highlight the document then click Choose Pages. In the Pages box, enter the desired page or range of pages (separated by a dash). For example, to convert pages 3, 4, and 5 of an 8-page document, enter 3-5
  • Under Output, select from available Folder options to specify where the exported file is stored
  • Click the Open files after conversion checkbox to automatically open the exported documents in the default program
  • Click Convert to complete the conversion

3. Hacer clic Convertir para completar la conversión.

PUNTA: You can use the page navigation arrows at the bottom of the window to preview individual pages for easier selection.

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