In practice, we may often need to get relevant content from a PDF document, and you can take advantage of the Microsoft Office document in the Microsoft Office 2007 suite without installing Adobe Acrobat The imaging component implements transitions between Pdf→doc, as follows:
Step 1th: Print as an image file
Using Adobe Reader to open the relevant PDF document, and the Print command from the File menu, the Print dialog box pops up, because most of the default printers typically are real physical printers rather than virtual printers, so select from the Printers drop-down list box. Microsoft Office document Imaging Writer, and then click the Confirm button to export the PDF document to the TIFF-formatted image file.
2nd step: Reading image files
Run Microsoft Office Document Imaging, which can be found under the Office Tools subroutine Group of the Office program group, open the image file that you just printed, select the "tools → send text to Word" command, and the dialog box will pop up , if you do not need to change the output folder, click OK, and you will be prompted to rerun OCR before performing this operation. This may take some time "and you can begin the conversion operation after you confirm it. Wait a minute. When the conversion is complete, the system automatically opens the Word window and displays the contents of the document converted from the PDF document. However, if the PDF document is more complex, some of the content, such as images, tables may not appear perfect.
If you just need to get the text in a PDF document, the operation is very simple, first use Adobe Reader to open the relevant PDF document, and then from the File menu under the "Save as Text" command, the pop-up dialog box to specify the save path and file name, After the confirmation need to wait a moment, save time depends on the current document page number, we will soon be able to obtain a complete text file, as the original document in the image content, you can only think of it another way.