PDF files can contain both text and images. There is quite a common case where the PDF file contains only images, when it is derived from scanning physical text or images. The other extreme is where the PDF only contains text. Text can usually be selected and copied to the clipboard - it can then be pasted into a Word document. If the PDF is a scanned image of text, you will have to use optical character recognition (OCR) software to convert the image into text - you can then save that as a Word file. OCR is usually not totally reliable, so you will have to edit the converted text. If you don’t want all this hassle, there are a number of online services for converting PDF files to Word - Google them.
What to Know about HTML Files Most Web pages in the world use HTML to display their content. (In fact, many Web pages use only HTML, not any other markup language.) HTML contains a number of tags, including tags that tell web browsers what the web page is about (for example, ). These tags, known as elements or tags, are grouped together under tags. Â The most useful tags are the ones that make the web page function as a document in the HTML language: tags such as HTML tags are defined by a name such as “head” or “article” or “aside” and a number such as “1.” The HTML tags that are essential to understanding PDF files are: — Blockquote: A quote from another page. As you can see, block quotes provide a more readable version of the quote, and are commonly used for this purpose. Text in.