How can I convert my pdf files to Microsoft Word format?

Can anyone advise me on how to import or convert equations given in pdf documents to a form that can be placed in MSWord 2003 documents and then edited with the standard Equation Editor3.0 ? Is this possible with standard software ? or do you need a plug in ? if so which one ?
Asked Jul 31, 2010
Answered Aug 01, 2010
If your destination is Word 2003, why don't you convert it to Word directly?
Then edit it with any other editor you like!
here I will share you one which does a good job!
Answered Jan 24, 2011
PDF files to Microsoft Word conversion process makes easy Kernel for PDF to Word software. You can covert easily in few clicks all PDF file to ms word format. I recommend this pdf to word conversion program to you, I have been using it.
Answered Dec 23, 2013
It is highly recommended that use the professional Vibosoft PDF to Word Converter.
It can convert PDF files to word, html, ePub, excel, PPT .etc. And it extracts text, images, shapes from PDF file to Word Doc file, and retains all formatting, layouts, page elements etc after conversion.
Answered May 12, 2014
Edited May 12, 2014
Please try the following source to convert word files into pdf files and also from pdf to word files:
Answered Jun 03, 2014

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