PDF to Word in Full Justify
I have a document that is in full justification, but when I export to Word it doesn't hold the full justification. Can you advise why that would be
Gerald Montagu commented
I think I may have found a fix for you that is worth trying (Adobe seem entirely disinterested and utterly hopeless in relation to these exporting to Word problems). Try exporting your file from Indesign to a PDF. Then, open that PDF in Word for Windows. You should then have a fully stable Word file that you can work with (including running comparisons). The key seems to be that Word's import process works completely differently from Acrobat's export process - it will be very evident that the file is structured completely differently. The difference in the end results is so great, that it must be strongly arguable that when Adobe claim Acrobat 'exports' to Word they are effectively misselling. Please note that this fix does not seem to work if you try to open the PDF in Word for Mac (as at September 2018) because the import process is (sadly) nothing like as refined in Word for Mac as it is in the Windows version of Word.
AdminGirija Agarwala (Admin, Adobe) commented
Could you please share the following information with us:
1. The pdf files and the output Word file. Highlight the areas you find problems with.
2. The OS platform that you are using.
3. The Acrobat dot version you are on.