Adobe - Insert a PDF into a Word Document

The following article outlines 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. Open your Microsoft Word document and select File.
Insert

2. Select Save as Adobe PDF.
Save as Adobe PDF

3. Choose a filename and select Save.
Save

4. Open Adobe Acrobat DC and select Combine Files.
Combine Files

5. Select Add Files.
Add files

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

7. Select Combine.
Combine

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

To re-organize the pages of your PDF, select Organize Pages.
Organize pages

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


Converting a PDF to a JPEG and inserting the image:

1. Open Adobe Acrobat DC and select File.  Then, select Open.
File > Open

2. Select the PDF you would like to convert to a JPEG and select Open.
Select File > Open

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

4. Name the image and select Save.
Save

5. Open Word and go to the Insert tab.  Then, select Pictures.
Insert

6. Choose the JPEG image you created and press Insert.
Insert

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