PDF2Office
PDF2Office
7.1.2

1.0

PDF2Office free download for Mac

PDF2Office7.1.2

02 October 2018

Convert PDF docs to editable Word, AppleLinks, Pro version available.

Overview

PDF2Office is a comprehensive PDF document conversion and data extraction tool.

PDF2Office converts PDF documents into fully editable Microsoft® Word, RTF, AppleWorks, HTML and other files recreating the original construction and layout of the document.

PDF2Office forms paragraphs; applies styles; regroups independent graphics elements; extracts images; creates tables; processes headers/footers; endnotes/footnotes and columns/sections, all automatically - without any intervention.

PDF2Office integrates seamlessly with Microsoft® Word X/2004, allowing you to directly open PDF documents within Microsoft® Word.

PDF2Office provides options for converting a range of pages in a PDF document into popular word processing formats as well as image types such as JPEG, Photoshop, PNG and TIFF. Furthermore, it offers the capability to extract images from specific pages within a PDF document.

What's new in PDF2Office

Version 7.1.2:

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases.

  • Enhanced the preview area so you can now choose a zoom factor
  • 10.14 compliant

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13 Reviews of PDF2Office

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Palmharbor
06 July 2015
Version: 5.0

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Horrible at best....once it says it converted the pdf to word...try and find the converted file...you can;t and FAQ give you no clue where the file was sent. The geeks who designed this software flunked Logic in College if they ever went.
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Palmharbor
06 July 2015
Version: 5.0
Horrible at best....once it says it converted the pdf to word...try and find the converted file...you can;t and FAQ give you no clue where the file was sent. The geeks who designed this software flunked Logic in College if they ever went.
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Palmharbor
06 July 2015
Version: 5.0
Horrible at best....once it says it converted the pdf to word...try and find the converted file...you can;t and FAQ give you no clue where the file was sent. The geeks who designed this software flunked Logic in College if they ever went.
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andrea-gino
25 March 2012
Version: 5.0
This software is totally useless. It can't even convert a simple table from pdf to excel
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Sanchai
21 March 2011
Version: 5.0
Got error code 4999 when trying to convert PDF to Word documents. The conversion never get thru. PDF2Office Pro 5.1 crashed when open large PDF file too Integration with Office 2011 won't cannot open PDF using PDF2Office in Word. All PDF file grayed out Try reinstall but that doesn't help Never get PDF2Office Pro 5.1 *latest version) to work on my Intel Macbook Pro early 2008 Report this to Recosoft nut no response so far. Will keep update Very disappointing when look at price
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M-Rick
07 February 2008
Version: 4.0
For half of the price deskUNPDF does an incredible better job !
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Mactheweb
04 January 2007
Version: 2.1
I had the same problems with this for complex documents and had it occasionally would not export. Sorry folks, not ready for prime time. If you're willing to spend this kind of money try ReadIRIS Pro. It is an OCR program for scanning text but also converts PDFs to RTF or plain text. It is very accurate, if not fast. Download the demo, give your email address and wait for their special promo pricing before you buy. You might save $50. If you just want the text out of a PDF for reading on a Palm, try the free PDF2RTFService from . Sorry, no tables or images. Highlight the text, choose Services from the Application Menu and select PDF2RTF. Save the resulting file and you're ready to convert it to a pdb.
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Anonymous
06 August 2005
Version: 2.1
v2.1 is not good at converting simple tables or spreadsheets. In fact, I resorted to manually re-entering the values and formatting as it was so jumbled.
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Anonymous
08 April 2005
Version: 2.1
Utter Crap! Saw this at the SF MacWorld Convention (2005). Spoke with the developers and they seemed to make it work on the showroom floor. Was about to buy but hesitated due to the price (I only needed to convert 5 documents at the time). I now have several dozen e-books in pdf format that I'd like to convert to html so i can process them in iSilo for reading on my palm. Downloaded this software (despite the warnings in the reviews) to try it out. I WAS NOT ABLE TO CONVERT ANY OF MY PDF FILES. I tried all the export formats possible. I even would have settled for a plain text conversion but no such luck. A dialog box would say i got a successful conversion and I would get a new document but on opening the document, it would be empty. I've been looking for an affordable pdf -> rtf/html application for a long time. It seems there is none out there. I'd even "shudder" use a windows app if there was one but I don't know of any.....
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Anonymous
14 December 2004
Version: 2.0
DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS!!! This is probably the single most horrible, overpriced, and quirky app that has ever been on MacUpdate! I have never used anything worse from this site, this is truly a shame! It will also mess around with your system, like insert itself in the Dock, I truly feel invaded. Do not waste the time or bandwidth downloading this shame.
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Anonymous
02 December 2004
Version: 2.0
Ok I upgraded to 2.0 and ran a few pdf files through it for a .doc conversion. The simpler pdf files came through ok with formatting intact for the most part. My sucess rate went down noteably through with more complex pdf files, so be warned! The software is a little overpriced in my opinion, especially since I have shelled out $$$ for 1.1 and 2.0 and still cannot convert my more diffcult pdf forms right. Still, I guess it could come in useful for smaller and easier conversions.
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garbage
26 July 2004
Version: 1.1
You REALLY have to NEED this to justify the high price tag... pity would have been handy.
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garbage
26 July 2004
Version: 1.1
The preceding comment is incorrect. The Stone apps charge money for what you can already do yourself - create a pdf of a document. The stone apps DO NOT create editable documents FROM pdf.
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Anonymous
09 July 2004
Version: 1.1
If you have Stone's PStill already, this app 'DOCtor' will convert .doc to .pdf for free: http://www.stone.com/DOCtor/
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