PDF to XML Converter for Mac is a special tool that can convert PDF to XML. The XML file stores the coordinate value of each word in the PDF, and is saved with extension name .html. Professional users can use the coordinates and words stored in the XML file in other occasions. This page shows how to convert PDF to XML by PDF to XML Converter for Mac.
PDF to XML Converter for Mac is free for trial, and you may download and install it for free. Install the application, and then you will see it in the Applications of your Mac OS X system. The application interface is designed as shown in the following image.
To convert PDF to XML, click Add to add PDF files to the process queue. The PDF files to be converted are then listed in the process queue in the right part of the interface.
The application supports other format conversions beyond concerting PDF to XML, and please chooses PDF to XML on the left panel of the interface in this occasion.
Under the process queue, please input or choose an Output Folder to save the created XML files.
If you just want to convert some pages of the PDF files, you may specify the page range in the Setting dialog. After clicking Apply to return to the main interface, click Start to start the conversion.
A created XML stores the position coordinate of each word in the original PDF file, and a professional user may use the coordinates and words in other applications.
Besides conversion from PDF to XML, PDF to XML Converter for Mac supports more conversion options. You may click the link to see the features of the PDF to XML Converter for Mac.
The following link links to the Windows version PDF to XML Converter.