All infographics are divided into 4 types. Let's see carefully which of these types can be easily convert from PDF to Word.
Infographics-instruction. Using this type, you can display a sequence of actions to explain a process or for the purpose of learning something. To expound the whole array of information is helped by symbolic schemes or graphic images. In any kind of instruction, this type is used widely enough. Since this text uses a lot of text, it is not difficult to convert PDF to Word, the graph can be converted as an object.
Dynamic infographics. This view is intended to display the dynamics of a process or development. Most often it is used to visualize social or economic indicators. This type of infographics is not possible to convert from PDF to Word.
Static infographics. How to make the numerical data and scientific facts, as well as their interrelation relative to each other more clear? Make static infographics. As a rule, they have the form of graphs, diagrams and other simple forms. This form of the infographics is also easy to convert from PDF to Doc because it is static.
Video Infographics. It is one of the latest modern trends in the direction of infographics, which helps visualize complex multilevel information to the viewer just in few steps. It can combine almost all the variety of directions of data visualization, fixing them in the human mind due to their reading. As a rule, from the first viewing about 80% of the information is remembered. This type of infographic is one of the most effective in terms of perception and understanding by the viewer. Video Infographics will not convert from PDF to Doc, because it contains a video part. As you can see, it will be in more complex format than the PDF since the creation.
It should be noted that often several types of infographics can be interwoven at the same time. And how to make the infographics readable? Basic rules of reading infographics It is necessary that the infographics are dominated by large, solid and monochrome elements. It is better to avoid elements that do not carry any information, but serve only for decoration - they can mislead the reader. In the picture there should be an "anchor" - this is an element of the infographic that makes it noticeable and understandable. It is better to limit your palette because the variety of colors will confuse the reader and not let your eye focus on any one element.