With Word 2013, you can convert a PDF into a Word document and edit the content.
To convert a PDF, you open it like you would any other document.
Click File > Open.
Choose the location of the PDF and click Browse.
Find the PDF and click Open.
The converted document might not have a perfect page-to-page correspondence with the original. For example, lines and pages may break at different locations. For more information, see Why does my PDF look different in Word?
Tip: The conversion works best with mostly textual documents.
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a common format for sharing final versions of documents.
To learn about saving document as PDF, see Convert a document to PDF. To create and save PDF files when you use most Office 2007 programs, see 2007 Microsoft Office Add-in: Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS.