How to type on PDF files on Mac?
It's known to all the Mac fans that typing on Ms Word or Pages, the things we almost do every day while working, is fairly easy. But when you want to type on PDF files, it is really tough, especially when you don't have the original editable documents. Maybe Adobe Acrobat can help you this, but not everyone are willing to afford the high price. Actually, typing on PDF with Acrobat is not that easy if you are not a PDF expert. Then is there an effective solution to type on PDF files such as editing the text, inserting images on Mac? The answer is yes. AnyBizSoft PDF to Word for Mac is the perfect solution for Mac users to type on PDF files. It is a simple application and very easy-to-use.
Just download it and install it on your Mac (Snow Leopard, Lion included). Then follow the simple 3 steps to convert PDF to Word:
Step 1 Import PDF files
Launch the program, and drag your PDF files to the panel to import it. It allows you to import as many as 50 PDF files to convert at one time.
Step 2 Customize the output settings
After importing PDF files, you can set the files in the panel individually. Choose a file and click setting icon and you can customize the Page Range and Format. Actually, you can skim this step if you only convert a few small PDF files. The default options here are All Pages and MS Office Word (.doc) format.
After you set finish the settings above, you can also customize the output folder by choosing File-> Output Settings-> Output Folder.
Step 3 Convert PDF to Word
Click Convert button, and the converter can convert your PDF files to Word documents immediately.
After converting PDF to Word on Mac, you can easily type on PDF files in Word. Really easy, right? By saving it to PDF with Microsoft Word, you can turn the Word documents back to PDF format without hassle. If you are a windows user, just find the solution to convert PDF to Word here.