PDF to Doc For Mac, need to find

by acon 4 replies
Most PDF to Doc programs only work on windows.

Does anyone have one that will work on a new Mac?

Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author 497Secrets
    I use Adobe Acrobat for mac.
    You can do a "save as" and select word file if the PDF is not PW protected.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    I believe that you should be able to convert formats using open office,

    Pages may also have this function, ever since I moved up to the MAC platform I have not really needed the DOC format, though I have purchased a few PLR products that were formatted this way,

    (ended up trashing them because the format was so messed up)

    RTF is better for just text, I like PDF for text and images,

    just a few thoughts,

    check out open office.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      Originally Posted by Tim Franklin View Post

      Pages may also have this function, ever since I moved up to the MAC platform I have not really needed the DOC format, though I have purchased a few PLR products that were formatted this way,

      (ended up trashing them because the format was so messed up)
      Pages can't open a PDF file. But 497Secrets is right; Acrobat can save a PDF as a DOC. I don't know how well it works, as I've never needed that.

      Pages does a good job of opening DOC files.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alan Petersen
    Check out Zamzar. It's web based. You'll get the doc file via email. They have a free option.

    Zamzar - Free online file conversion
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