PDF (Portable Document Format) is a document file format created by Adobe Systems in 1993. Because PDF file is easy to store, share and can protect the author's copyrights, it is becoming one of the most common document formats on website. Although PDF is very popular, in some cases Mac users still want to convert PDF to other formats. For example, Mac users want to convert PDF to Word for editing
PDF Editor for Mac integrates the PDF to Word Converter, which can help you easily convert PDF into editable Word document. The structure of PDF is different from Office format. PDF is un-reflowable, that means if you want to massively change the layouts, content of a PDF file, converting PDF into Word document is recommended. What’s more, you can also convert the restriction restricted PDF files to Word for editing.
To convert PDF to Word within PDF Editor for Mac, choose File > Convert to Word in the top menu bar.
You can change the file name and output folder of the target .doc file in the pop-up window.
And it supports partial conversion, you can choose to convert all pages into Word or any specific page range, for example, 1, 3-5, 6-10.
The original text content, images, layouts will be well preserved after conversion.