I am wondering online how to convert one of PDF file to office word in DOCX for editing. I remember there was a giveaway on Giveawayoftheday.com about a PDF to word converter, however I missed that. But there are always free programs that are able to convert PDF to editable Microsoft Office word in doc or docx. In this post, I am going to recommend an online converter, which is very powerful to meet my needs and is believed to convert anything to anything.
Despite of converting PDF to DOC/DOCX free, it actually supports over 200 file formats and is able to convert between them like PDF to PNG, PNG to JPG, MP4 to MP3 etc. Here we find the list of detail formats it supports. There is no need for you to install anything on your computer since is online converting. What you need to do is open your browser, visit CloudConvert site, upload the file you want to convert, select the file format you need, and hit Start Conversion. Although it says to convert anything to anything, you still cannot convert a text file to audio, well I know, it is too much to ask.
Since there is no need for installing, it won’t take you any space on your computer and it is convenient to convert some unfamiliar formats and you don’t have to search on Google to find such a professional tool.
Convert between audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image and more
There are totally 218 formats supported. They are audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet and presentation formats, vector and CAD files are also supported. You are free to convert between them.
For conversion between audio and video, you are free to get powerful editing including trimming, transposing, video/audio codec, adding SRT/ASS subtitle for videos and settings audio bit rate, channels for audios. For advanced users, you are even able to custom ffmpeg command. Click the Options icon to do so after you load and select the output:
How to convert PDF to DOC/DOCX Word with ClouldConvert?
CloudConvert is actually very easy to use, if you still are not sure or want a step-by-step user guide, here I take my experience of converting PDF to Office Word in Doc format as an example.
- A Browser, here I recommend Google Chrome or FireFox.
- Open https://cloudconvert.com/ in your browser
Step 1. Select Files to be converted:
Click Select files button or drag and drop the file you want to convert in this page. You are also free to add an online file or files in Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive to convert through its drop-down menu.
Step 2. Select Output Format
CloudConvert offers one of the most advanced PDF to document conversions. It supports office word format in doc or docx as well as rich text odt and RTF format! HMTL5 is also supported for PDF converting. CloudConvert is able to preserve you the original layouts and table formatting which keeps your away from hours of re-typing!
Please note that CloudConvert cannot produce editable Word DOCs under the following conditions:
- The PDF file was created by a scanner (or contains images only
- The PDF has security restrictions (password/edit restrictions
- The PDF is a form
Step 3. Start Converting PDF to Word
Now you just have to click the big red Start Conversion to begin converting PDF to Word. It will upload the local PDF file to CloudConvert and after the conversion, you can download the doc file yourself. If you have signed up for CloudConvert, you are free to get a notice after conversion or save files to DropBox, Google Drive or OneDrive.
Free Account Limitation and a Decent Alternative
From this I can see, CloudConvert is still good to go for a small number and a small size of files, like PDF, DOC, MP3 etc. But how about larger files that are over 10GB? I believe CloudConvert is able to convert them but it really takes time to upload and download.
If you need a local and decent video converter with almost all video files supported and fast converting speed, I’d like to recommend Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate. It is available on both Windows and macOS and supports converting various video formats between AVI, MKV, WMV, M4V, MTS/M2TS, AVCHD etc and devices like iPhone X, Galaxy S9/S9 Plus, OnePlus 6 etc.