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How to import MTS to Final Cut Express on Mac for editing

Postby flipconverter » Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:51 am

Mac PDF to Word - How to convert PDF to Word on Mac quickly?

As we know that Portable Document Format (PDF) is an open standard for document exchange which is a stable, safe and easy to use, and is suitable for delivering among people if there is no content that need to be edited. But we sometimes are necessary to change the document and this action is not supported by PDF. So we need to convert PDF to a editable format first if we want to edit our files.

Mac PDF to Word Converter is a simple and helpful conversion tool which can help you convert PDF to Word on Mac only with three simple steps - Add PDF files, select the output page range and click "Convert" to begin the conversion, and can keep the original PDF elements such as text, images, document layout, etc well in the converted Word files. Then you can reuse, modify or extract your PDF files in your Word on Mac.

What's more, if you have many PDF files, you can batch convert multiple PDF documents to Word files once on Mac instead of one by one to convert. And you also can specify the PDF pages you need to be converted. This PDF to Word Converter Mac has many convenient functions for you, which is your best choice to convert PDF to Word on Mac.

Step by step tutorials for you to convert pdf files to Word on Mac:

Step 1. Add pdf files into PDF Converter Pro for Mac
Download, install and run Mac PDF Converter Pro, drag pdf files to the operation panel.
Step 2. Select Output format "Word" on Mac
Choose the right format that you need, here choose "Word".

Step 3. Start converting
When all settings are done, click the "Convert" button to start convert pdf files.
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