PDF format you want to use for your template, then right-click, choose Use as Template and then choose your PDF's file extension (.pdf for A4, .doc for A5, etc.) Step 1: Select a PDF format. You can use most of the formats that can be found in the Microsoft Word documents. For example, if you want to use a Word document in Worded format, you've got two options in Word pad itself or in Word and you can't choose a third option. But you can generate a template in Worded. You can generate this template from an embedded Word file or from the exception list in this page or from the Word document that you've already opened, such as a template for an illustration. Step 2: Create new Worded or word template in Worded or from the exception list in this page. Step 3: Copy. Right-click the new template name and choose Copy. Step 4: Paste. In the document, you will see a blank document, so you need to select the appropriate font (such as “Times New Roman” or “Helvetica”) and copy the content in order to import it into Worded. Importing PDFs into Microsoft Word for automatic mail merge To automatically merge PDF files into Microsoft Word, here is How To Convert PDF Files into Word for Automated Merge (PDF. Word) — How to convert PDF from Word For Merge (PDF) and make them email merged in Microsoft Word for Automatic Email Merge (PDF), and here are 3 tips to optimize email merge PDF file for Microsoft Word. Convert a PDF file to Word using Acrobat (PDF, pdf.exe), Open In — you are ready for email merge.