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Retypeset the letterhead and this time, save it in a format Word can handle. PDF is more for output and printing, rather than being useful for editing, and that is by design.

Usually, one would create a letterhead, along with style sheets, and save that as a template that one would load any time one wanted to use that letterhead. I do not know of any simple or reliable method of utilizing a PDF within a Word document - all methods would involve using Acrobat to bust out the letterhead, saving it as a graphic, then importing it into Word. This may be a non-trivial process, since Word uses oddball rendering that may make the graphic blurry, and that again, is by design.
 

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Possibly the problem is that your letterhead covers the whole page area. Word doesn't do layers, so it won't write over top of it.
 

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Might be a stupid idea, bit what about copy-paste from Acrobat or Preview to Word? I have done that before and it worked.

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