PDF files by Adobe cannot be modified by using the ordinary Adobe Acrobat Reader. You have to have some sort of software that can do updates on the said files. Perhaps a software like pro version will do. However, you are only limited to them being PDF files.

A better way is to convert such PDF files to Microsoft Word format. After all, many of us use Microsoft Office so a pdf to word converter is a more viable solution than purchasing a software that is limited to PDF files still.

Quick-PDF is a PDF to Word Converter that is pretty much easy to use. Its main features include high quality conversion, command line mode, all pdf formats support, batch conversion and built-in ocr module for scanned pdf’s to name a few.

The most important feature is its ease of use. Nobody likes using something that is complex to use. Even I would get discouraged right away if something I want to do takes so many steps to accomplish.

Simply drag a desired PDF file to program’s window, then click the Start button and let the application do the rest. Easy, right? And so far, I have noticed that the accuracy of conversion is perfect. They look exactly as it did before that.

The good thing about previous versions of Microsoft Office in Windows was that they kept their UI design intact until version 2004.I think version 2007’s design was a complete disaster. You’re given a whole new UI to use in all MS Office applications.

I think that its UI design made it even resource intensive compared to previous versions of it. I used to love this software suite because even when new versions came out, the UI functionalities were still the same, icons, menu items and all. MS Word in Mac OS is not totally identical as in the Windows version.

Changing the margins of your document, you would just go to page setup under the FILE menu. In the Mac OS version for Office 2008, it’s non-existent in the MS Word application. I had to look at all the menu items to see where changing the margins could be done.

To change the margin, go to the FORMAT menu, then choose DOCUMENT. The margin configuration is there.

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