On a Apple computer, the “Print” function of the “Preview” app includes the choice for printing the open file to PDF. This works for converting various picture formats to PDF. In fact, any open printable file can be printed as a PDF. If your objective is to make a PDF into a searchable PDF, Word To Pdf Conversion works. There are some “free” software listings on the Internet, but I can’t suggest one or another. On a Apple computer, if you just want to merge two or more PDF files, click theft-most icon above the main PDF window. There’s dropdown with several choices. The second is to open “thumbnails”. Click it; you get thumbnails of every slide in your PDF file. Do this with both of the files you want to merge. Drag thumbnails from one file to the other - in the order you choose. You now have the merged file. (This is probably identical in the Windows operating system.) HTH
I'd take your time to make corrections to the text before you put it into the .docx or .PPTX format. Also make sure a backup is created before you go to sleep. If you do have a newer version of Word, then just download your .zip file and save it with your file, as stated above. You will probably see a dialog to that effect. Once the file is saved and the folder containing the .docx/ .PPTX/ .xlsx/ .ods/.pptx2 formats is created, you may also have to run MS Office and go to File > Export All as (.docx/.PPTX/.xlsx/#). I'd recommend using Save as (or Save As (.pdf) if your file doesn't already have the extension). I also recommend saving the file with as many extensions of choice as possible. In most cases I've seen newer Word versions create more than one format, so make sure you check the.