Microsoft is adding support for PDF to Windows 10 software

By Alex SernoffskyPublished May 15, 2018 06:32:33Microsoft is making it easier for people to create and edit documents on the Microsoft Office desktop and online, the company announced today.

The update to the Microsoft Word and Excel software includes a new preview feature that lets you preview and edit PDF documents, as well as a new Microsoft Office Editor that lets users preview and copy PDF documents.

The new features come as Microsoft seeks to expand its desktop and productivity offerings to include a wider range of digital products.

Microsoft has long supported PDF, a file format that lets people create and share PDF documents without using any software or a desktop computer.

However, there are still a few key differences between Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Microsoft says it will also add support for Word’s PDF-to-XML converter, a tool that allows users to convert PDF documents into plain text.

It will also allow users to use PDF files in Microsoft Office documents.

Microsoft also says it is adding PDF support to the Office Web App for Windows 10 Mobile, a new browser for Windows devices that will let users create and download PDF documents from within the browser.

Microsoft’s new preview features will be available in the coming weeks, Microsoft said.

Microsoft will also roll out new PDF editing tools in the Windows 10 Creators Update.

The company will also introduce a new PDF tool for the next release of Office for Mac, a version of the Office product that will be a cross-platform solution.

Microsoft plans to roll out more of the company’s Office productivity suite to the Windows ecosystem, but the software company has yet to provide a timeline for when the updates will roll out to consumers.