Edit or make changes to a PDF file

To add or edit text in a PDF that was made in an Office program like Excel or Publisher, start with the original Office file. Open that file in your Office program, make your changes, and then save the file in PDF format again.

Check out Edit PDF content in Word for Word 2013 steps.

Or use a third-party PDF converter tool to import your PDF into an Office file format, make your changes, and then save the file in PDF format again. You can purchase a PDF converter through the Office Store.

You can also use Adobe Acrobat. For more information, see Adobe Acrobat.

More Information

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a common format for sharing final versions of files.

To learn about saving files as PDF in Office 2010 programs, see Save as 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.

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