How to Convert a PDF file to RTF on iMac

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How to Convert a PDF file to RTF on iMac

Postby stevenjoen » Sat Mar 09, 2013 5:07 pm

Need to convert PDF to RTF on iMac, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air? The benefit of converting PDF to RTF (Rich Text Format) is that it is a cross-platform format. After the conversion, you are able to reuse the PDF content in Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, Google Docs and other word processing applications. This article focuses on telling you how to export .pdf as .rtf files in Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion hassle freely.

Step 1. Download PDF to RTF Converter for Mac

Click the download button to get the trial version of Mac PDF to RTF Converter – Wondershare PDF Converter for Mac. After downloading, install the app on your Mac computer. If you have a Windows PC, you can try the Windows version as well.

Step 2. Launch the PDF to RTF Mac tool and import files

Click the quick start icon on the desktop to launch the PDF tool. And then drag and drop PDF files to the PDF tool. You’re able to import up to 50 PDF files each time.


Step 3. Select output format and begin PDF to RTF Mac conversion

Click the little settings button on each PDF item bar to reveal the output format drop-down list. Select Rich Text Format (.rtf) in the list as the format for output documents. When it is ready, click Convert to begin the .pdf to .rtf conversion on Mac. In just a second, the conversion is done.

This is about how to use a Mac tool to convert PDF to TRF files. Only in 3 steps, you’ll get the files you want. See how fast the conversion speed is! After the conversion, you can copy and paste the content to other apps freely or send the RTF files to your workmates. People who use Windows PC will be able to open your sent RTF files without a hitch. It is really amazing to see a little app that can do exactly what it promises.

Try the app to convert PDF to RTF on Mac right now!

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