The PDF document that I am trying to test with is more that the number of pages allowed. That is just fine as long as I can end up seeing the pages your software is supposed to convert to MS Word. I have searched my drive C and cannot find the file name it was supposed to be saved as. What next?
Thanks for your message, you can run VeryPDFsoftware first, drag and drop one or more PDF files from Windows Explorer to software’s dialog, your PDF files will be converted to Word files automatically, the converted Word documents will be placed to same folder with original PDF files.
You can also run PDF to Word software, click "File"->"Open" menus to convert a PDF file to Word document.
Please refer to a simple usage document of PDF to Word Converter from following web page,
Before PDF to Word conversion, PDF to Word Converter will popup a “Preferences” dialog, you can select different conversion options in this dialog, in general, “Layout page contents automatically (Good)” option is best, this option will create an editable Word document without text boxes.
if your PDF file contains lots of complex contents, such as tables, CAD drawing, shading, etc. objects, you should better choose "Combine text blocks automatically (Good)" option, this option will combine all complex objects into a background image, place the text contents overlay this background image, the resultant Word document will look very nice and you can edit it easily.
If your PDF file contains image contents only (such PDF files were most created from scanner), you can choose mini PDF to Word OCR Converter from our partner’s web site, mini PDF to Word OCR Converter is support OCR function, it can convert scanned PDF files to editable Word documents properly,
If you still can't convert your PDF file to Word document properly, please feel free email to us your sample PDF file for checking, after we checked your PDF file, we will figure out a solution to you shortly.