How many of you guys have received forms in PDF form and gotten annoyed because now you have to find a way to either go through a long process of printing the document, filling in the form, scanning it and sending it back to the original sender or finding a file converter so you can edit it on your computers?
It's super annoying, right?
But did you know that there is a much easier, and faster way to edit a PDF file? We didn't know till last night either.
The tweet that blew our minds
While mindlessly scrolling through Twitter, this writer found this intriguing tweet:
We were sceptical at first, of course. How can anything in life be so easy, right?
But there was a screen recording of the process.
It actually works!
To do this, all you need to do is open a new document on Microsoft Word, and then click the 'Open' tab on the bar above the document.
Then, search for the PDF file that you would like to edit, drag and drop it onto the Word document and voila; the program will convert it into a Word document that you can edit.
Despite the evidence provided, we still had to try it ourselves, and it worked!
Never again would we get annoyed when we receive a form or anything that needs editing in PDF format.
We'd also be that much more careful when we receive forwarded messages that seem legit but was probably edited.
Thank you, Loran Dunn! You've changed our lives for the better.