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Converting PDF Files to Microsoft Word Documents

Overview

You must have Microsoft Word installed on your computer.

If you are working with a PDF RFx, you might want to convert it to Microsoft Word before importing the file into the Responsive app. This can be done with both a Mac and a PC by opening the document with the Word application, and can also be done online via the Adobe PDF to Word converter.

Make sure your document is not in compatibility mode when you save it to avoid any problems working with the file in Responsive.

Select the applicable tab for your edition of Responsive.

  • Converting a File on a PC

    1. Locate the file on your computer and right-click the document.
    2. Click Open with, then select Word.
      Note: If you do not see Word in the options list, choose Choose another app, locate the Word app, and select it.
      openPDFinWord.png

    Converting a File on a Mac

    1. Locate the file on your computer and right-click the document.
    2. Click Open With, then select Microsoft Word.
      Note: If you do not see Word in the options list, choose Other..., locate the Word app, and select it.
      convertPDF2Word_Mac.jpg
  • Essentials features are subscription-based and may not be available for all users. Contact your account manager, or accountmanagers@responsive.io, for more details.

    Converting a File on a PC

    1. Locate the file on your computer and right-click the document.
    2. Click Open with, then select Word.
      Note: If you do not see Word in the options list, choose Choose another app, locate the Word app, and select it.
      openPDFinWord.png

    Converting a File on a Mac

    1. Locate the file on your computer and right-click the document.
    2. Click Open With, then select Microsoft Word.
      Note: If you do not see Word in the options list, choose Other..., locate the Word app, and select it.
      convertPDF2Word_Mac.jpg

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