[PDF Editor : Mac] How to export scanned PDFs to other editable document formats on Mac
Have you ever met the situation that when you try to export the scanned PDF file to Text with Adobe Reader, it does not work. As we know, scanned PDFs are not easy to edit. So some people like to export scanned PDFs to Word, Text or other editable files to edit them freely. Actually, to export scanned PDFs to other editable document formats, you need to perform OCR on it at first.
PDF Editor Pro for Mac enables you to perform OCR on scanned PDFs in 17 recognition languages. What's more, the program can export normal and scanned PDFs to six popular document formats like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, EPUB, HTML and Text in original formating and layouts.
How to export scanned PDF to editable document formats?
- After install the program properly, right click the scanned PDF file and choose "Open with-->PDF Editor Pro for Mac" to open it.
- In the pop up dialogue, choose a right language of your PDF file, then click "Perform OCR" button.
- Now click "Convert" button in the toolbar and it will pop up a dialogue. Click the "Save" button to save the changes of OCR performing.
- hen in the new dialogue, you can set the output location, name and format. Export the scanned PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, EPUB, HTML and Text as you like. Finally hit on the "Convert" button to start exporting.
After exporting, you will find every elements in the exported file are the same as the scanned PDF file and you can edit the content directly.
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