I often have users looking for a way to convert an ancient form or some other document that they only have a paper version of and has been copied and re-copied to death, to something they can edit and update in Word. Its no problem to scan the file to a pdf (that usually looks terrible) and there are lots of free converters online but most of them just convert the document to an image in a Word file, not very useful. This morning I found a site www.onlineocr.net that does great conversions using OCR or Optical Character Recognition, which means it outputs the conversion in an actual text format that you can edit. It supports multiple file formats and languages. You get 25 free credits (or pages) and after that you can purchase credits for very reasonable prices. Give it a try, I have no affiliation just something I ran across that works.