Click the one named Other file name for a file (.doc or other files). Click Saves to bring up the Adobe Acrobat Pro interface.4. Select the option to open your document in the Document Viewer. 4.2. Converting .docx Document to a PDF Format. Open Microsoft Word and click Save as. A window should open.5. In the Save As dialog box, select File. Click Save. This will open Excel 2023 and the Acrobat Reader, which allows you to read and make edits in the document. Note: A Word document cannot be saved into an Excel workbook in the same document. 5. Now you open Word, then select Add page to workbook, and this option is located in the top-right of the Word document. In one of the Word options that appears, click Edit. 6. In the Document Properties dialog box click Pages. Step 6. On the Page Properties window click Page Width. This should be in the document options. In the Word Options window, click Page Height. Step 7. Click the button in the left-hand column to bring up the Adobe Acrobat Pro Document Viewer. You'll see that the page has an additional column above it. This is the number of columns that are listed under Width. For this example, we want 16 columns. Click this number and click Save Again. The Acrobat Reader window. Steps 7-9. After clicking Save Again, your document will appear on the Document Properties Window. Step 10. Click on the Add Page button to bring up the Document Viewer. You should see that the page contains your changes. Creating a PDF with Microsoft Word Step 1. Open Word. Step 2. Click File then Save as... > PDF. 6. Select Document format: PDF > Save Document. This opens the standard Reader window. Step 7. At the bottom of the window you'll see something like this:Step 8. Click Text only. Click it and then click Save. Step 9. A new Word document appears. Step 10. Click Select page for a page. Step 11. Click Next. Step 12. You'll see the document on a page titled “Document Properties.” Click Add Page to Workbook. This opens the Document Viewer window. 7. Notice the option at the bottom which says “Page Properties”. Click this. 7.1.