Microsoft Publisher is a flexible program with a wide variety of templates for creating different types of documents. It lets you create professional looking business cards, newsletters, posters, brochures, flyers, postcards, and calendars—and all for free.
Because this program is designed to create professional publications, it is only natural to use the PDF format when working with Microsoft Publisher as well.
When making edits to your publication, converting PDF to Publisher file is the first solution to come to mind. You can use PDF Converter Elite to convert PDF to Publisher directly. If you prefer Adobe Acrobat, first convert your PDF file into Microsoft Word format and then convert that file into a new publication file or an existing Microsoft Publisher design template.
Once you import your content, you can edit it in any way you need, whether it be editing text, rearranging pages, or modifying layout.
As you can see, this method is a simple, quick way to get your PDF content into Microsoft Publisher. It does, however, require a couple of extra steps. If you want to avoid them though, there are PDF tools out there that can convert PDF to Publisher directly. A dedicated converter can keep the layout, graphics and text intact, which may be the better option for more complex PDF content.