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How to import a PDF into Microsoft Word?

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The Microsoft Word provides a wealth of features on content management. One of them is possibility to insert one file PDF directly to Word. It can be entered in just a few steps.

To easily enter one file PDF to Word document, add it as an object. If so, then PDF actually becomes part of it document Word. This means that Any changes to the PDF source will not be reflected in the embedded file in the Word document (unless you are linking to the source file).

When you are ready, open the Word document and place the cursor where you want to insert it. file. Then select the "Insert" tab.

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Click on "Object" from the category "Text".

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A small drop-down menu will appear. Click "Object" from the menu.

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The "Object" window will now appear. At this point, click the "Create from File" tab, then select "Search Now".

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Go to where file Select it, and then click "Enter".

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Now, you have to decide if you want to connect directly to the source file and / or display the PDF as an icon. Online access to the source file is a good idea if you want the imported file to display new changes made to the source file. Be sure to enable this option if this is the target you.

The second option, the appearance of the PDF as an icon is good if you do not want to take up too much space on the page. If you do not enable any of the previous options, the PDF will appear in the Word document and will not show any new changes made to the source file.

When you have decided what you want to do and you are ready, select the "OK" button.

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The PDF will now be inserted into the Word document.

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