Word 2013: Open and edit PDFs inside Word

A great new feature:

Word 2013 now allows you to open a PDF document, and also enables you to edit it—without need of a third-party application.

You can also edit the data inside tables and move images around the document. When you’re finished, you can save the document as either a PDF or a Word file.

This is a must-have feature for anyone who works with PDFs frequently.

 

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