PDF seems like a day-to-day word. You need to have one created or converted. We have discussed several PDF services so far – all are free of charge, and here are more essential PDF tools, mainly “converters“.
1- Office 2007
If you use Office 2007 or later, you can integrate an add-in from Microsoft. Download and install Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS. This will add a PDF option to your MS Word “Save As”. That is it.
2- PDF Creator
PDFCreator is another tool that you can download and install for free. When you install it, PDFCreator will be added to almost all your applications as a Printer. Yes, you can simply press Ctrl+P to launch the Print option in any application, and then select PDFCreator from the list.
Well, it cannot be simpler. Still, PDFCreator offers a few options for saving your file, and here you go – you have got your PDF!
1- PDF to Word Converter
Being from Nitro, you might believe that PDFtoWord.com can be of better results. Actually, it supports conversion from and to four file formats: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF. Give it a try!
It is noteworthy that there is a free version of Nitro Reader, which allows you not only to read PDF files, but also to create PDFs.
2- BCL PDF Online
3- Convert PDF to Word
What looks special about this online tool ConvertPDFtoWord.net is that it has an OCR option. Let us know if you found free tools that give better conversion results for scanned PDFs.
Splitting, Merging and Compressing PDF Files
There are several tools that can split large PDF into smaller ones or merge multiple PDF into one file. You may like to check Neevia PDF Converter and PDF Compressor, PDFSplit for splitting PDF files, iLovePDF, and Sejda. You can also give PDF SAM a try if you prefer a desktop application.