How to Add a PDF to Wordby Jose Leiva
Microsoft Word is a word processing program that is sold with Microsoft Office. Portable document format (PDF) is a universal type of file that can be read universally across every computer platform. Adding a PDF file to a Word file is a simple task that inserts the PDF file into your document as an image. This is a particularly handy feature when building reports that involve PDF files.
Open Microsoft Word by clicking "Start," "All Programs," "Microsoft Office," "Microsoft Word."
Click the "Insert" tab at the top-left of the screen, between the "Home" and "Page Layout" tabs.
Click "Object" on the top-right of the screen, within the "Text" section and below the "Date & Time" option.
Click on the "Create from File" tab within the window that pops-up.
Click "Browse" and browse through the files in your computer until you find the PDF that you want to add to your Word document.
Select the desired file and click "Open."
Click "OK" and the PDF file will be added to your Word document.
Items you will need
- link Micorosoft Word MVP FAQs: How to create a PDF file from a Word document
- link Adobe: Create PDFs from Microsoft Word
- link Microsoft: Reuse Text and Other Document Parts: Introducing Building Blocks
- link Digital Vector Maps: How to Import an Adobe PDF Document into PowerPoint or Word
- link Online Tech Tips: How to Insert a PDF File into a Word Document