The Portable Document Format, or PDF, is a file format created by Adobe. It is widely used because fonts and images can be embedded and compressed into one file, which makes sharing the files easy. PDF files can be imported as images into many different documents. This helps to avoid font problems when fonts used in the PDF are not installed on the device on which it is being displayed. PDF files can be imported into Microsoft Word documents to create graphic layouts for things such as publications or newsletters.
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Launch Microsoft Word.
Click the "File" tab and select "New" to create a new Word document. If you want to insert a PDF file into an existing document, click the "File" menu, select "Open," navigate to the Word document you wish to open and click "Open."
Put your cursor at the location where you want to insert the PDF file and select the "Insert" tab.
In the Text Group, click "Object."
Click "Adobe Acrobat Document" and select "OK."
Navigate to and select the PDF you would like to insert and click "Insert."
Tips and warnings
- Always create your folder first and place all of your documents inside the folder so that all of your links will have the correct address.
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