7 PDF to Word Converters To Edit Files From Anywhere


We all keep text documents on our laptops and portable devices, and it’s totlly understandable. Whether we’re talking about simply notes, passwords to various accounts, shopping lists, food recipes, invoices, or entire books and courses, you need to keep those files in the right directories and format.

Although PDF is the most recommended format for text files, there could be plenty of reasons why you would opt for something else. Editing PDF files have to be done using specialized programs, which makes it more difficult than when you’re dealing with other formats. It’s also more difficult for many people to work with text in PDF files because they get perceived as pictures. We gladly present you seven apps for easily converting PDFs to Word files:


The ‘PDF to Word’ option can be found immediately on GetLua.com as soon as you load the main page and scroll down a bit. The interface is built so that nobody can get stuck while using it. As soon as you hit ‘PDF to Word’, the rest is extremely easy: drag and drop the wanted file from your device, wait a few seconds for the conversion to do its thing, and download the converted file. Once changes are done, you may revert back to the original PDF format by using the ‘Word to PDF’ option found in the menu.


PDF2Doc.com is another powerful online tool for allowing the user to save PDF files as editable documents in the Microsoft Word DOC format. The app ensures better quality than many other converters. The whole process is simple:

  1. Hit the ‘Upload files’ button, and feel free to choose a maximum of 20 PDF files that you want to convert. Grab some patience and wait a few seconds for the conversion to finish. 
  2. Download the outcome in either of the two ways: file by file or by hitting the ‘Download all’ button to receive a ZIP archive with all of the files.


SodaPDF.com is a good option for those willing to get rid of complicated software. With just a few clicks, you can convert, compress, merge, sign, and secure your documents. 


Transforming PDFs into Word files using Adobe is also like a walk in the park, as basically all you need to do is dragging and dropping the PDF file you want to convert and download the resulting Word file!


Having a simple and deductible interface, FreePDFConvert.com also converts PDFs to Word in a very simple and intuitive way. After the download completes, the remaining files that you’ve uploaded will be automatically deleted from the server.


With the ‘PDF to Word’ option largely exposed, ILovePDF.com also offers many other exciting conversion tools for dealing with PDFs. All these tools are free of charge and easy to use. You can use ILovePDF.com to convert, merge, split, rotate, compress, unlock and watermark those PDF files using just a few clicks.


If you need another way of manipulating PDF files, we gladly present you DocFly.com. In a similar way to most of the online apps mentioned here, DocFly allows you to convert and edit PDF’s for free during the first month of usage. You’ll have access to the same services once the trial period is over, but you’ll have to pay a few bucks.

DocFly.com even allows you to secure those PDFs by adding, changing, or removing passwords, and this could easily be considered the best part of what the online app offers.

No installation is required for either of the apps mentioned here, which is a huge advantage. It’s pretty dangerous these days to download and install pretty much anything on your computer, as you never know when you’ll get to deal with a pesky piece of software (malware, adware, even ransomware, etc.).


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