[PDF Editor : Mac] How to copy text and images from a PDF file on Mac?
Through the network, you may find various PDF files. Sometimes, you need to copy the contents from PDF file to Word. Maybe a paragraph of text, or an image attracts you instead of an entire PDF file. Due to the difficulty of editing a PDF file, many people like to convert PDF files to Word in advance. But for only a part of the content in a PDF file, converting is not really necessary.
In this occasion, what you need is PED Editor for Mac. With the help of the program, you can copy and paste blocks of text from a PDF file as you like. Of course, images are also available. What's more, this professional program enables users to edit PDF files on Mac freely.
How to copy and paste text from a PDF file on Mac?
To get start, open the PDF file with the PDF Editor for Mac at first. Choose "Select" tool in the toolbar and drag it to select a word, a line or a few paragraphs of text that you want to copy in the PDF file. Then press "Command" key and "C" key at the same time to copy the selection. In a new file, press "Command" and "V" at the same time to paste the copied text.
How to copy and paste images from a PDF file on Mac?
After opening the PDF file with the PDF Editor for Mac, you can choose "Touchup" tool in the toolbar and click on a image to select it. Then press "Command" and "C" key at the same time to copy the selected image. In the new file, press "Command" and "V" key at the same time to paste the selected image.
Note: If the PDF file do not allow you to copy, then have a try on PDF Password Remover for Mac to remove the protected restrictions at first.
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