Friday, February 20, 2009

Converting PDF to .doc

KWord is a KDE application that has a pdf “import” feature which lets you import either entire pdf documents or just a few pages from a pdf document while preserving the formatting! Of course - this only works for pdf documents which are not scanned images of pages.

Installing kword

sudo apt-get install kword

KWord - file menu
Start the import using the “File” -> “Import” option in the main KWord menu.

Kword - import pdf
After you select the pdf file to be imported, you will see a window like the one above where you can specify the pages you want to import. After the edit you can save it .doc or open office standard format.


PDF to .doc convertor using website


Following website we can convert out pdf document to word,excel and image formats


http://www.freepdfconvert.com/convert_pdf_to_source.asp

http://www.pdfonline.com/pdf2word/index.asp


4 comments:

SHASHIDHAR Y said...

Thanks dude.........

Noller said...

You must have installed something more than Kword coz mine will not import PDF freshly installed.

Gabak Technologies said...

do it with word from open office it works great !!!!!!!!!

ubuntu 10.10

greatings
gabak technolgies

Kilroy Chewy said...

I was able to use LibreOffice Writer but first I had to add the import PDF extension from Sun (which is for OpenOffice but works with LibreOffice).

http://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:OpenOfficeExtensions/List

It worked brilliantly.