The following method of PDF to Word conversion works for any file size. If you have a Google account, you can use Google Drive and Docs to convert between the two file types. You simply upload your PDF file to the first one and then download it from the second one. Here is a video that shows how it's done.
But you can use one of the free Adobe PDF viewers (such as Adobe Acrobat) to read these documents. Once your saved file is opened, you need to use a text editor. If you want to make some corrections and changes, use any free software that supports text editing. I recommend one of these free programs such as: A simple, non-program software program I’m about to explain is Adobe Reader's text and link correction program. It is free software, simple to use, and it’s available in different languages. Using this program, you’ll be able to edit any document you’ve saved on your computer. For further instruction on using this program, go here: Read PDF with Adobe Deadline. Now we need to put the information in the PDF. As we need the text and HTML, the information is automatically entered into the file. The information from the document is written on the “line” in.