If you have any problems with it, please contact OpenOffice.org PDF to MS Office Converter A good alternative to the above You'll have to have a free license of MS Office. I recommend having Excel for Windows, PowerPoint for Windows or Google Docs for Microsoft Office After you have downloaded the office file, just save it to your system drive. Open it and open the Excel file you wish to use as a basis for converting the PDF file. Then click on “XML→Convert to Microsoft Office XML” To see the original PDF file, click on the Open Document button. If you'd like to convert the PDF to OpenOffice format, choose the PDF you wish to keep and select the option “Open documents with other applications, then convert to Microsoft Office XML” How to copy/paste text in a PDF file: If you are trying to copy, paste, or edit text in a PDF of other Microsoft Office software that supports text selection, and you need to copy, paste, or edit text, you must use a file converter (see the following): Microsoft Word/Excel (Excel/Word Viewer) Microsoft PowerPoint (Excel Viewer) Microsoft Publisher (Excel Viewer) If you cannot locate these programs, you should use a third-party file converter instead. To access Microsoft Office software, see the below link: Download Office software from Microsoft. If Microsoft Office is not installed, you can download the most recent version of Microsoft Office software directly from Microsoft: File Converter If you need to edit PDF files in office software other than Windows and you need to change the font in other programs besides Microsoft Office, you can use Adobe's Adobe PDF Viewer: To open Adobe PDF viewer, download this file and save it to your computer. Open Adobe PDF viewer and click on “File” > “Open PDF Viewer” Microsoft Office Converter If you want to import all types of images — such as photographs, PDFs, and Microsoft Excel spreadsheets — into Microsoft Office, you can use a converter such as the Microsoft Office Converter. The first step is to download the application. If you are having a problem importing images in Microsoft Office, you can use the Windows Office Converter.