Not everyone has Microsoft Office or even a clone. Wordpad can open simple Word documents but you lose any fancy formatting. The P in PDF stands for Portable, which is key to why you’d want to know how to convert. Anyone with internet access (or without, for that matter) can download and install Word To Pdf Conversion Reader for free, and it only takes a couple of minutes. Being free you also get browser extensions that you may not want but you can uncheck that option before downloading if you’re paying attention. So now you can share your PDF with anyone in the world and in theory there’s no reason the recipient wouldn’t be able to view it. What t cannot do of course is edit it, not at least without having full-fledged Word To Pdf Conversion itself, which isn’t free.
The best you can do is send the PDF as an attachment to someone, and then give them a link that opens the PDF in their browser. But if you want to share via email, Dropbox or whatever your email provider can set up, the process is also pretty simple. So what can you do with a PDF file in Word To PDF Converter? First you can use it to look for words in text files, which is probably going to sound very helpful. The tool also supports searching for punctuation marks, capitalization, acronyms and more. Also, you can mark as finished all your projects or to-dos for every PDF you’ve ever saved with the added option to set your new draft as “Done”. You can also make notes in your PDF files, and they can be saved or printed. And, finally, to get even further, when converting a.