Insert PDF into MS Word 2003

Posted on 2011-05-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I need to insert a multi-page PDF into an MS Word 2003 doc.  I used Insert/Object/Create From File/ Link I get the first page perfectly, but can't  see the rest. Can I do it this way?  I would prefer to embed it without having to store it as a link.
Question by:leewallin
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    Find some converter there are so many.

    I am surprised you managed the 1st page. Did it convert it to an image ? or is it editable text ?

    Getting word to read a pdf and convert it to an embedded object inside word, would be a big issue in regards to License which I don't think Microsoft would ever pay for. So you will need to work around with 3rd part software or Adobe Professional.

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    The Inset Object method did insert the first page perfectly, but nothing else.  I have tried a few PDF converters and they do exactly what I need.

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