Adobe - Insert a PDF into a Word Document

This document details two ways to insert a PDF into a Word document.

Combining PDFs through Adobe Acrobat DC
Converting a PDF to a JPEG and inserting the image

Combining PDFs through Adobe Acrobat DC:

1. Navigate to your Microsoft Word document and Select "File."

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2. Select "Save as Adobe PDF."

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3. Select a filename and then Select "Save."

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4. Open Adobe Acrobat DC and Select "Combine Files."

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5. Select "Add Files."

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6. Select the files you would like to combine and Select "Open." To select a list of files, hold the Shift key and then Select the top and bottom files. To select various files, hold Ctrl and Select each file.

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7. Select "Combine."

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8. The process is now complete. The combined files will open in a new binder.  

9. To re-organize the pages of your PDF, Select "Organize Pages."

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10. Re-organize the pages by selecting and dragging to the appropriate order. 

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Converting a PDF to a JPEG and inserting the image:

1. Navigate to Adobe Acrobat DC and Select "File." Then, Select "Open."

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2. Select the PDF you would like to convert to a JPEG and Select "Open."

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3. With the file open, go to "Export To > Image > JPEG."

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4. Name the image and Select "Save."

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5. Navigate to Word, and then to Word's "Insert" tab.Then, Select "Pictures."

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6. Select the JPEG image you have created and Select "Insert."

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7. Your image is now inserted into your Word document.

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