Agree or disagree, working with a PDF document on a Mac isn’t that easy compared to handling other types of files such as Word or Pages. That’s why we often want to convert PDFs into Word docs and make them editable.
So, what is the best way to convert PDF to Word on macOS? Well, it depends. Whether it’s a scanned PDF, whether it contains sensitive data, whether you want to do this in batch, etc. all matter.
In this article, we are going to show you 5 different methods. Each method has its own pros and cons, so you know its best use case.
Read on to find out www.sodapdf.com/it/convertire-pdf/ which method fits you the best!
1. Mac Automator App
Automator, one of Mac’s pre-installed apps, is originally developed to build custom workflows to perform various tasks. Many of you may don’t know that the app can actually convert a PDF file into an editable document.
More specifically, to convert your PDF file into a Plain Text or Rich Text format which can be opened in Office Word or Pages app.
All you need to do is open Automator (find it in Applications or Launchpad), select Workflow and load the PDF file you want to convert, specify the desired output format and the app will turn your PDF text into plain or rich text format. This video shows how: