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Did you know that Office 2013 has a built in PDF editor now? For years you have been able to export your office document to PDF, and now you can do the reverse. This can be super handy. Here is how you do it.

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1st take your PDF, and right click it and open with Word. You can also open word, and do a File Open and get it that way. 

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Click Ok, to this message. If you do a really big PDF it may take a while. So if it looks like word is frozen, just let it be. Smaller files open quicker then larger ones.

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It may find some fields to update, hit yes, and any other prompts that you see.

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So Here is the Oceans 11 PDF in a PDF Viewer.

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Here it is in Word 2013, you can now edit it, save it and do what you need.