Converting PDF file to MS Word in MAC

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Hello guys!

Your ideas will be a big help.

How should I convert PDF files to MS Word in my Mac computer?

I need some lesson plans and students’ activity sheets, so I made several downloads from a website.

I’m a school teacher in middle school and I get ideas from the web to make it easier for me to teach.

I have MAC OS and have difficulty with it since I’m not familiar with the MAC System.

What things or steps can you suggest so I could use my MAC without difficulty?

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #106825

Converting PDF file to MS Word in MAC

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Hello Archibald,

To convert your PDF files to ms word, you will need a software called free PDF to word convert.

As the name describes, the software is free and therefore you can download for free from the internet.

You will just need to access the following url and download it from there.

Or you can alternatively use the online converter which will enable you to browse the location of your file and then convert to ms word.

The converted document will be editable and therefore you can make changes to it like any other ms word document and then you later save it as PDF or word if you like.

Regards

Mahesh Babu

 

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Answered By 10 points N/A #106826

Converting PDF file to MS Word in MAC

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You can use the PDF to Word software From Wondershare to convert your files in Mac. Just purchase it from iTunes and install it on your Mac PC. This will let you convert your PDF to Word files very fast and accurate while preserving the original contents of your files.

And also, if you want to know anything about Mac, just simply go to Apple website. They have some tutorials from Mac basics to Advanced. To start with, just click on the link below:

Mac Basics – Information regarding Mac PC

You can also search in Google for whatever question you have on using Mac.

 
 

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