What you ask for is impossible - because a PDF is a much richer container for content than Word’s .docx format is. PDF supports more font formats, more graphic formats, more color models, etc. The only way to get everything back is if the PDF was originally created by Word and not modified in any way. In that case, it can’t contain anything that Word doesn’t support.
You can tell by looking at this: In both the following PDFs, you can see that they look exactly like the original Word document, with no changes whatsoever (even the font formatting was preserved). And here is the Word Doc: And this is the original PDF created by the author: You can still ask for the content of the PDF, but it's extremely unlikely that you'll get it. Just don’t buy one. The alternative is to buy a print-on-demand (POD) version. POD files are created by a professional printer, scanned at high resolution in a proprietary format, and then uploaded to your local print shop. This is the process they go through when printing your books: They scan the paper using a special process that involves an ink jet printer with a special light source. They use an image capture system to convert the scanned images into a 3D model. They use a.