Ctrl, Shift and Alt, Right-click once on the last character on the line and then click the Left-click again menu to copy, Ctrl+C should paste the copied text into the PDF document. How to Print a PDF and Copy Text in One Hit using Microsoft Office This has been tested and confirmed on Microsoft Office 2013. The Office application opens a PDF file, prints it as a PDF, and then copies into the other document, effectively printing it simultaneously. To do this, you will need the following items: Adobe Reader Microsoft Office 2013 4. Once in the Office application, you will need to be in the document and edit the page. Right-click on the PDF file, click on Properties. Click on the Advanced tab. Click on the Properties button under the Printing tab. Click the Advanced Tab. In the Advanced Printing Properties window, under the Paper Format drop-down menu, select PDF (PNG and JPEG are not supported). Click Print. The print window will open. The PDF you want to print will open and appear as a drop–down menu in the upper left corner of the page(s). Select the option to open this PDF in Adobe Reader 4 Ways to Convert an HTML Document into a PDF This is not a shortcut you have to be familiar with. It can be done in under a minute. It's very easy and has saved many of you time so far. The first method works on any web page: Click on the top of the text, then click on the Tools > Convert > HTML (HTML page). The second, easier method, is in Microsoft Word: Click on the top of the text, then Click on Tools > Convert > HTML (Word document). Once both methods are running, click the Convert All button.