Today someone was asking if software was available to edit a PDF and I pointed out that MS Word has had this feature for a while now.
There is the possibility that the conversion might not be perfect, so for some professional-level edits to PDF documents it might not meet your needs, but since most PDFs I see appear to have originated in Word in the first place, it’s a handy tool for editing most documents.
This helps improve collaboration because the converted Word document can be shared and edited via SharePoint, Teams, or a file share.
When you open a PDF with Word, you’ll initially see this message:
People who have been saving items in PDF format in an attempt to prevent others from making changes to the document should instead use the “Restrict permission” features of Word to prevent unauthorized users from editing or altering documents without the document creator’s approval.