PDF Copy Paste is a feature that Microsoft has integrated into all versions of Windows. If you have come across any PDF file, you might have noticed that some lines or sections have been stripped off, most likely due to a PDF Protect utility that was used to protect the file from being edited or altered. All you need to do is right-click on the PDF file, click" Properties", then click "Delete" to remove the affected PDF file. However, if you are wondering how this particular copy paste feature works, it is really quite simple - well, it's all done behind the scenes. You can turn PDF protection on/off with a few simple steps:
With the PDF Copy Paste feature enabled, whenever you need to convert one PDF file to another format, all you need to do is right-click the desired pdf file and choose "print" or "copy". Upon selecting one of these two options, a new page will display on the screen, which you can then use to either convert the PDF file to another format (for example, you can convert it to Word for printing) or to simply copy its contents to another PDF document. You can also use the features to hide and show various graphical elements such as buttons, check boxes, radio buttons, etc. Just like any other tool that is available on Microsoft Word, you can customize the appearance of the document however you wish.
The final step involves using a high quality PDF printer. To do this, you must install the PDF copy paste software on your computer. Once it is installed, you should then connect your computer to the PDF printer, which will enable it to search your hard drive for suitable documents. Once you have downloaded the desired PDF file, you can then save it in the exact PDF format as the one you have specified on the command line prompt.